Back in last December, we featured an article on the return of Docs Torrents. It didn’t take a lot of time for Docs to return to their former glory – the site has once again became a great resource for documentaries, E-Learning material and Ebooks with a rock solid user base and a content rich torrent index. When we last featured this site – it was open for public signup. However registrations closed somewhere around the 24th December 2009 and the site has since been invite only (invitations are scarce even for high rankings members and there is no open signup on the horizon yet). However thanks to Docs Torrents sysops, we have 100 free invites to give away to our beloved readers. If you missed out on the open signups a few months ago, here’s another chance to get in.
UPDATE: We have received over 100 requests. Please do not send any more emails – this giveaway has now concluded.
Before we move on to the invite giveaway, here’s a little rundown on what Docs has to offer. If you are looking for E-learning content such as educational E-books, tutorials, test engines, sample papers, etc you’d feel at home on this tracker. Docs will also cater to those who are looking for infotainment content such as premium documentaries and other related videos both in standard definition and HD. Activity on this tracker is pretty great with over 24000 registered members and 3800+ active torrents. By the way if you have a look at tracker stats, there are around 10500+ disabled users. In other words you don’t fuk around on Docs - follow the rules, be active or get banned.
Docs has a great looking AJAX based layout which is fast, uncluttered and easy to navigate. It looks a lot similar to the layout of Freshon.TV and LastTorrents (if I am not mistaken, all three trackers have the same codebase) and gives a user friendly feel.
If you are waiting for Docs Torrents to open signups, don’t hold your breath. This is what was posted on the site when it went invite only about 5 months ago:
Starting today, the sign-up is closed for... like forever.
Some invitations will be given in a few months. Please don't start asking yet WHEN or HOW MANY.
Until then... take good care of your accounts.
This is where our invite giveaway comes in. We have a limited number of invites at our disposal which we as usual will be giving away free for our readers. All you have to do is to send us an E-mail with the following format:
- Subject of the E-mail should be ‘Docs Invite 01’. We use an automated software to filter the mails so don’t get this wrong.
- In the body of the mail, please include
1. Link to the profile page on a private tracker of your choice– for example http://docspedia.org/user.php?id=2447424
2. A current (should not be more than 1-2 days old) screenshot of the same profile page you linked to above. Screenshot should be un-cropped and un-edited.
- Send your email to invites[dot]filenetworks[at]gmail[dot]com
The invitations will be given away on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. That is, first 100 E-mail requests that meet all of the aforementioned requirements will be responded with a free invite( please allow one week for the email to receive). If you applied through the open signup last December and got disabled for some reason (inactivity, etc), please do not request another invite here.
Once you receive the invite code, please go to the signup URL below to create an account.
Signup URL: http://docspedia.org/signup.php
We have over 12K visitors a day and we know that 100 invites are not going to be enough for our entire reader base – please understand that our supply of invites are limited and this is all we can offer right now. However we will be conducting additional giveaways in the future so keep checking back if you didn’t receive one in this round. Advance notifications on upcoming giveaways are sometimes communicated via our Twitter feed – you may get access to this information if you follow us on Twitter (or you can keep an eye on the Twitter widget on right sidebar of this blog – this always displays the last Tweet from our feed). Instant blog updates may also be received by subscribing to RSS.