While building a brand online, it is important to have access to online file storage.
Benefits of online file storage:
- File Sync – Have access to your files online and across your computers automatically.
- File Sharing – Shared folders allow several team members to collaborate on project or view files from a team leader.
- Online Backup – Back up your files online without having to think about it. Computers break, I recommend backing up your important files online.
Personally I recommend a system called Dropbox for several reasons:
- They’re flexible – You’re given 2GB of online storage for free, with up to 100GB avilable to paying customers
- You can have up to 10GB of free storage space, invite a few friends are business partners to drop box, and they’ll give yourself, and your guest an extra 250MB of storage space.
- A copy of your files are stored on Dropbox’s secure servers. This lets you access them from any computer or mobile device.
- All files stored on Dropbox servers are encrypted (AES-256) and are inaccessible without your account password. In general, your files are safer on Dropbox then on your own computer.
- You can view files in your Dropbox via Mobile Devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, and Android phones.
Create a Free Dropbox account and receive 2.25 GB of free online storage space by clicking the image below
Building a Brand Online Bonus
Just for creating a Free Dropbox account, we will also give you access to recordings of our most recent webinar trainings on How to Build Your Brand Online.
In order to gain access to these files:
First: Create a Dropbox Account
Second: Contact Us with your Name, Email Address that you created an Account with, and the subject line “Please Share your Dropbox with me.
Third: Look for an email from “Dropbox” with the subject line – Cory Shanes wants to share “Building a Brand Online” with you.
Click the link inside the email, and you should see a list of our files.
Since the videos are rather large, we recommend you download them to your computer to view, rather then attempting to stream them through your dropbox.