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June 26, 2010
11:40 AM
Conn Platt
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Hey anyone want to help me out: 

If anyone can sign up for dropbox from this referral link please we can get extra space, you’d be really helping me people:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/referrals/NTEyMDY0Mjg5

 

I’ve always wanted more free space on this and i we can get up to 8gb of extra free space just for people signing up via the link above. Anyone who signs up and installs it would really be helping me.

 

Thanks 

 

ConnCool

Difficult, to be sure…..but it shall be done!!
June 26, 2010
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Really!…..how do you get 8gb of extra space!….i have completed all the steps to get extra space and i only got 250mb of space!!??

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June 26, 2010
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PCbasics said:

Really!…..how do you get 8gb of extra space!….i have completed all the steps to get extra space and i only got 250mb of space!!??

 


So have i, but if you get new people to sign up and install via somebody’s referral link, like mine above, you can get up to 8 gb, not in one go, for every one person that signs up via the link you get 250mb extra space and you can get 8 gb as a maximum total. So after a bit you’d have 10gb total on a free accountLaugh
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June 26, 2010
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I stopped at 8.5GB LaughLaugh

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June 26, 2010
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Locutus said:

I stopped at 8.5GB LaughLaugh


None of my friends are techy really, so i can’t reccomend it to them becasue they won’t care. Thats why i need to ask here to try and get at least some people to sign up, atm i only got 2.3gb of space, but it would be really nice if i could get 8gb.

I just need help from others to get it.

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June 26, 2010
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Conn09 said:

So have i, but if you get new people to sign up and install via somebody’s referral link, like mine above, you can get up to 8 gb, not in one go, for every one person that signs up via the link you get 250mb extra space and you can get 8 gb as a maximum total. So after a bit you’d have 10gb total on a free accountLaugh
 


 

I see it now…..at the side bar under the dropbox logo……ok thanks!….i didnt even know you could get more space……sorry though cant help you cause i already have a dropbox account….Smile

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June 26, 2010
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PCbasics said:

 

I see it now…..at the side bar under the dropbox logo……ok thanks!….i didnt even know you could get more space……sorry though cant help you cause i already have a dropbox account….Smile


Yeah well like i say i hope that some people do because at least then i can actually get some space on this, as i said non of my friends are techies so it would just be a waste of time recommending it to them. I just really hope that someone answers my plea who hasn’t got Dropbox so i can get some space, it would be so nice if that happened.

 

(Not Joking, no one ever helps me with stuff like this, even if i ask them nicely)

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June 26, 2010
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Try writing an article for two tech sites that recommends Dropbox, then include the referal link in the article explaining users can get more space that way!

Wait, that’s what I did.

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June 26, 2010
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Locutus said:

Try writing an article for two tech sites that recommends Dropbox, then include the referal link in the article explaining users can get more space that way!

Wait, that’s what I did.


1. You have your own popular website
 

2. Dottech already has a review doesn’t it.

3. Cogizio must already have a review

4. Lifehacker definately already has several reviews (i should know, i practiacally live on that site)

5. See points 2 and 3

 

UPDATE: Say i did write a review………what format would the review have to be in to be used by…..said site……??

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June 26, 2010
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What do you mean “format”?

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June 26, 2010
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Locutus said:

What do you mean “format”?


as in would it be alright in a Word 2007 .docx format or does it have to be something else?
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June 26, 2010
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Conn09 said:

Locutus said:

What do you mean “format”?


as in would it be alright in a Word 2007 .docx format or does it have to be something else?
 

 

Oooh.  Well sure.  (My site, like dotTech, uses Wordpress so just about any way I’d need to reformat it.)

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June 26, 2010
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How about we try Joji’s unethical way? Lawl… jokes jokes. Just wondering if we could all set up by using disposable email accounts so that Mr. Conn could get up to 8GB of space… but we’re probably not going to do that… right?

 

BTW, I already have a dropbox account, but I discontinued using it, because it only provided 2GB of space. Well, who needs online storage, when you have a portable Seagate 520GB External Hard Drive?

 

Yes it costs a lot of money… but since my Lenovo laptop breaks down so easily, it’s very handy for keeping all my LEGIT junks and important assignments and notes in there.

 

PS. Locu, now you have 1555 posts! Surprised What a cool number!

 

~Joji~

June 26, 2010
5:59 PM
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@Joji: Could you be kind and re sign up with my referral code then run it and everything , after all you can just uninstall it after you’ve done the install and everything.

@EVERYONE:  i gotta get to sleep now, it’s dead late i’ll check back tomorrow, if you got any friends can you please refer them to it? 

Thanks night guys………..and girls as it may be here on dottech………..yawn……………zzzzZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzz

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June 27, 2010
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Joji said:

 

BTW, I already have a dropbox account, but I discontinued using it, because it only provided 2GB of space. Well, who needs online storage, when you have a portable Seagate 520GB External Hard Drive?

 

Yes it costs a lot of money… but since my Lenovo laptop breaks down so easily, it’s very handy for keeping all my LEGIT junks and important assignments and notes in there.

 


 

Please check the initial review here + great comments + comparison to other similar services. You will find out dozens of reasons why people need online storage and moreover automated syncing between computers.

And of course, an external HD just can’t do this job.

June 27, 2010
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Conn09 said:

Hey anyone want to help me out: 

If anyone can sign up for dropbox from this referral link please we can get extra space, you’d be really helping me people:

 

https://www.dropbox.com/referrals/NTEyMDY0Mjg5

 

I’ve always wanted more free space on this and i we can get up to 8gb of extra free space just for people signing up via the link above. Anyone who signs up and installs it would really be helping me.

 

Thanks 

 

ConnCool


 
If you haven’t signed up for Dropbox yet, i suggest you do.
Dropbox is an easy to use file syncing and is the easiest way to store, sync, and, share files online.
Anyone that want’s a straight forward file syncing solution should try out a free dropbox account, with 2GB of online storage that can sync your desktop files to other computers, you can also have a maximum amount of 10Gb of space. To get you started use this referral link for an additional 256mb:

New people i seriously recommend that you sign up for it.

 

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June 27, 2010
5:51 PM
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jumbi said:

 

Please check the initial review here + great comments + comparison to other similar services. You will find out dozens of reasons why people need online storage and moreover automated syncing between computers.

And of course, an external HD just can’t do this job.


Ya, I know I know. But you see, my laptop needs repairs quite a few times right? And usually it’s re-imaging. So, I need external hard drives with large amounts of space to store my stuff. Online storage is not enough to store all my files.
 

 

I hope you understood what I meant in that post…

 

~Joji~

June 27, 2010
6:23 PM
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If your computer needs imaging, it’s not a hardware problem (unless it’s to a new HDD, in which case GET A BETTER BRAND! I recommend Seagate).

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June 27, 2010
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Locutus said:

If your computer needs imaging, it’s not a hardware problem (unless it’s to a new HDD, in which case GET A BETTER BRAND! I recommend Seagate).


Actually, well, many things on my laptop was screwed up, and re-imaging also “refreshes” my laptop too.

 

…and you notice I DO use Seagate… right? I said that a lot of times already. LoL. Laugh Western Digital is horrible. So much junkies that I don’t need! Not only that, but they throw in a lot of trial-ware, while Seagate throws in full-versions of WD’s trial-wares.

 

SEAGATE FTW!!!

 

~Joji~

June 27, 2010
7:20 PM
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For the internal drives?  If you image your computer, you wipe the internal drive.  I’m not talking about external drives.

Both of my WD external drives are perfectly fine.

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