Some Of The Best Free Cloud Storage To Backup PLR Products

Some Of The Best Free Cloud Storage To Backup PLR Products
Posted by Daniel Taylor

There are plenty of free cloud storage online these days that are ideal for making backups of your PLR products. But choosing them can be overwhelming. Therefore I've selected a hand full that I personally use and have outlined them here with some of their best features.

Free Cloud Storage

It's best to keep in mind that some of these free storage services only allow a certain amount of space. So it's best to think ahead before making a final decision. Such things to keep in mind are the prices, and the storage amount as this will save you time and money down the track.

Below is a rundown of my personal favorite cloud storage services and some of their features they offer. Such as prices and storage amounts for free users.

Drop Box

Drop Box

DropBox is one of my favorite online storage services that I use to backup my PLR products. One of the best things about DropBox is that I can access all my files from any location in the world quickly and easily. Another great feature is that I can share my files with anyone on any device. Also, read ebooks straight from my account and even watch videos. Great for PLR videos and ebooks.

Pricing and Plans:

DropBox offers 4 plans. Free, Pro, Business, and Enterprise. All free accounts get 2GB of space and which you can upgrade anytime. Pro plan gives you 1TB of storage for a monthly fee of USD $8.25.

The business plan offers you unlimited space for the price of USD $12.50 per month and the Enterprise plan also offers you unlimited space plus mobility management support, advanced training for end users and admins, plus also dedicated account success manager. For pricing, it requires contacting DropBox for an Enterprise plans.

The business plan offers you unlimited space for the price of USD $12.50 per month and the Enterprise plan also offers you unlimited space plus mobility management support, advanced training for end users and admins, plus also dedicated account success manager. For pricing, it requires contacting DropBox for an Enterprise plans.

Google Drive

Google Drive

Google Drive would have to be one of the most popular used cloud storage services. Like most people, these days have at least one Google account. For each Google account, you get access to Google Drive. Google Drive offers all free accounts a generous 15GB of storage. I love using Google Drive, not only does it store my best PLR products, but also documents, personal photos and much more.

You can also view your files on any device from any location. Another great feature is that you can simply share files or even folders, invite others to view, download and also collaborate on files you want, with no email attachments required.

Pricing and Plans:

Google Drive offers 6 different plans that should suit anyone's needs. They only offer monthly plans, and there are currently no annual plans available, which can be a downside.

For free users, there is a 15GB storage. You can upgrade anytime to 100GB storage for only $1.99 each month which is a great deal. They also offer 1TB for $9.99 USD, 10TB for $99.99 USD, 20TB $199.99 USD and 30TB $299.99 USD monthly.

One Drive

One Drive

One Drive is a cloud storage service from Microsoft. They offer a 5GB storage limit for all free users. If you have already either a Live, Hotmail, Outlook or any other of their email service accounts, then you also have a One Drive account too.

One Drive allows you to get your files from any location on any device. Also, they offer you to simply share your files with anyone, attach them to emails without having to upload large files to send to people plus much more.

Pricing and Plans:

My opinion, if you're going to upgrade it'll be best to go with the basic plan that gives you 50GB of storage for USD $1.99 each month. If you use Office 365, then you can get a personal plan for the price of USD $6.99 each month that allows you to get 1TB per user.

But if you have an Office 365 Business plan, you can get 5TB of cloud storage, plus advanced security and compliance features for USD $10.00 each month.

Amazon Drive

Amazon Drive

UPDATE (06/25/2019): It seems Amazon Drive has discontinued their unlimited data plans.

Amazon Drive would have to be one of my personal favorites. They offer unlimited storage for a yearly price. With an annual amount it's going to be a bit more pricey for the initial payment, but over the long run, it's going to save you heaps.

Amazon Drive also allows you to access from any device. Access your content using free mobile apps for iOS and Android. Also allowing you to view and share things when you need.

Pricing and Plans:

Well, this is the simplest of all cloud storage services I've seen and used online. You only pay a yearly price of USD $100 and that's it. Get full access with no restrictions and no monthly bills. If you can afford a large initial payment, but saving you heaps down the track, then this is the plan for you.

Conclusion:

The above cloud storage services I've mentioned are by far some of the most popular used platforms online. Not just this, but I personally use them on a daily basis.

Over the time I've found Google Drive to be the best for functionally and has a friendly user interface. But for price-wise, Amazon Drive is hands down the best value. With One Drive, their services are one of the most expensive, but I like to use this to upload large files via email as I have many Outlook accounts.

And with DropBox, I really like this service for their easy to use and syncing software right from my PC (Yes, I know all the others have this feature too, but I personally like Drop Boxes software for this very reason).

 

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