1. Store your business files and folders. (I store my manuscripts for my books.) With this option, consider storing your files according to purpose or type.
For example, if you have a lot of marketing software you need to back up, then create a folder for it. You may also consider function. I store all the files for website updates I want to complete inside of a folder by that name. I also have a folder for tasks I complete. By creating these folders, it saves me a lot of time locating projects I’m working on.
2. Store videos or any other files you sell. You can even send your buyers directly to the folder where you have stored their purchased files.
Heres’ how you do it: Create an autoresponder and download page. Add the subscription box to your download page so your customers can subscribe. Write an email for your autoresponder and make it the first email in your autoresponder series. Include the download link inside of this email.
3. Keep backups of your backups. If you delete a file, it’s not a problem. Dropbox maintains a copy of all deleted files for up to one month. All you have to do is log into your account and “undelete” the appropriate file. Your files will sync back into your folder on your computer.
4. Take everything with you. It doesn’t matter whether you are using these files on your computer or on your mobile phone, you’ll always have access to them even when you are offline. As I mentioned are apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry. Download the free app and install it on your phone. This is especially useful if you shoot photos with your camera in your phone.
One consideration: if you are using your mobile phone to get access to your files, you can’t upload files from your phone to your Dropbox. (You can only download.) In this situation, I would recommend you sync your phone and computer. Dropbox allows multiple devices so you will always have access to your files no matter where you are.
Whether you are taking a trip, or you simply want to share photos with friends and families, you can use Dropbox. For example, you are planning a trip out the country. You have an itinerary and other documents related to your trip. You also want a place to store any photos you make so you can share them with family and friends.
By installing Dropbox on all of your devices, this problem is easily solved. Sync your devices every time you make an update, and you’ll have everything you need when you need it and where you need it.