You’ll probably agree with us that maintaining a good ratio in quality private torrent communities is hard.
Seedboxes are convenient to use, you don’t need a computer that’s always on eating up your data allowance. You don’t need to worry about upsetting roommates by downloading large files and slowing down the internet for everyone.
Who wants to be kicked out of his favorite tracker, right?
A seedbox is an extremely valuable resource when participating in private BitTorrent communities that will prevent you from ever being worried about your seeding ratio.
It offers an easy way to continuously store and share files without having to keep them on your personal devices, as well as have a few great automation tools that help you seed popular files before others.
It will also give you access to a high-speed network to minimize upload and download times, which will greatly reduce the time for download and upload!
How to use a Seedbox?
Each Seedbox has one or more torrent clients with a web user interface that you can log into via any browser where you can control your Seedbox remotely.
In the interface, you can load torrent files or torrent URLs and once loaded they will start downloading immediately and will seed the torrent afterwards, once again, remotely without any tracks to the local desktop of the Seedbox user.
Once the torrent has downloaded on the Seedbox, it’s hosted there waiting for you to download it whenever you wish.
Downloading is commonly done via an FTP or SFTP connection to the Seedbox using an FTP Client, there are some Seedbox vendors who also provide an HTTP file browser that permits you to download files from the Seedbox through a browser.
Either way, this prevents any torrent traffic from coming from your home internet connection but instead, you only initiate legitimate FTP/HTTP traffic that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) should permit.
New releases are always better in the beginning!
The most efficient way to quickly increase your sharing ratio is by focusing on the new releases. And your seedbox provides two benefits in these situations. First, you will quickly download the newly released torrent, and secondly, the faster you download it, faster you can become a seeder!
Maintain your files in a Seedbox
A common mistake which can hurt your ratio is leaving files on your seedbox that no one is downloading. You need to share files that other people’s actually want.
As a seed to improve your upload statistics, it is very important to leave it running once you complete the download. the files which are actively being downloaded should not be deleted or move.
Start by Hosting Smaller Files on the Seedbox
One of the easiest ways to improve your ratio is by starting sharing smaller files.
If you want to increase the chance that someone will download the torrent files from you rather than someone else, you need to start off with the small files always.
For example, if you have a version of some movie that is like approximately 700Mb in the size, people will probably download your version than some version that has roughly 22Gb. Additionally, whenever, you use seedbox hosting for your files, others will be able to download files from you in no time.
Take Advantage of Freebie Downloads
Taking advantage of freebie downloads is a good and a final way to maintain the ratio on Torrent sites.
Free torrents don’t count against your download statistics. This means you can download them without adversely affecting your ratio.
If you are joining a Torrent site then the seedboxes should consider essential, it is an incredibly powerful tool.
The additional resources seedbox provides will make it much easier to maintain the desired ratio and remain in good standing within the Torrent site.