How to get 768MB of free Dropbox space

As I am sure many of you are aware, I am a HUGE fan of Dropbox.  It is a fantastic solution for syncing files between multiple computers and the cloud as well as sharing large numbers of files easily with friends.  I like to think of it as sneakernet 2.0.  It is also cross-platform which is really nice.  There are a ton of different ways you can use Dropbox to make your life easier and you can find many of those ways over at Lifehacker.

One thing about Dropbox is that if you don’t pay for a bigger account, most people are always looking for ways to get more free space.  You can get free space from referring friends, having a .edu email address and even being referred to the service by a friend.  There is now a very easy way to get an extra 768MB of free space on your Dropbox.

To get the extra Dropbox space, head to the Dropbox Free page.  Here you will find that you can get 128MB of extra storage by doing things like hooking your Dropbox account up to Facebook and Twitter.  By hooking your accounts up, sharing the service on Facebook and Twitter, following Dropbox on twitter and telling them why you love Dropbox, you will end up with a free 768MB of extra Dropbox storage.  It really is a great way to get some free storage for something that shouldn’t take more than a minute or so to do.

If you haven’t signed up for Dropbox, head here to sign up (it is a life changing service).  If you already have a Dropbox account, enjoy the extra free space!






6 responses to “How to get 768MB of free Dropbox space”

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    I love dropbox very much

  2. marwan yosry el-khayat Avatar
    marwan yosry el-khayat

    love dropbox

  3. Ian Avatar

    even more free space…
    The Dropbox Insider: How to Get Tons More Free Space (Over 19GB Extra Free Storage Space)

  4. FreeDropbox.Net Avatar

    Great! Recently opened the service, which will help you with referrals. There you can test it for free by getting a one referral.

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