I highly recommend Dropbox for freelancers and anyone who works in digital marketing. It’s simple enough for everyone to use, and using it with clients has saved me from needing to explain the ins-and-outs of FTPs to those who aren’t au fait with all things technical.
Their free service gives you 2G, but there are ways that you can ‘earn’ more free dropbox space.
If you’re wondering how to get free Dropbox space easily and quickly, here’s how I recommend you go about it.
The easiest way to get free Dropbox Space is…
That link will take you to Dropbox, and when you sign up to use Dropbox your new account will automatically receive 500mb free Dropbox space. Boom!
Here are some other easy ways to get free Dropbox space
Of course, if you’re like me – you’ve already signed up to Dropbox and you’re needing more than just 2.5G of free space. By doing any of the following, you’ll get free Dropbox space. You can ‘earn’ up to 16G of space on a free account by completing any of the following tasks.
Note: you’ll need to be logged into Dropbox to use the following links – if you don’t have a Dropbox account yet, click here to sign up now and get 500MB free Dropbox space.
- Take the ‘Get Started Tour’ – complete five of the seven steps in the tour and you’ll get 250MB free Dropbox space
- Invite (refer) your friends to Dropbox – for every friend that signs up, you’ll get 500MB free Dropbox space
- Connect your Facebook account to Dropbox - and get 125MB free Dropbox space
- Follow Dropbox on Twitter - and get 125MB free Dropbox space
- Send Dropbox your Feedback – and get 125MB free Dropbox space
How to get 100 GB free Dropbox space – the Holy Grail!
If someone you refer sets up a Dropbox for Teams account and you’ll get 100 GB of free space for one entire year.
The kicker for them is that if they go on to purchase Teams within 30 days, the person you referred gets a 25% discount on their purchase.
Can I get Dropbox space free using a hack?
But then you have to manage your documents across three separate accounts.
I love simplifying my life so that I have the mental space and time for other things.