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How to store your data and documents safely, but even earn money from them

Updated on May 23, 2011

Sometimes your PC doesn't work well and your data, especially important documents, could be lost. Did you backup data in your computer before these situations happen?

I think the best way you should do is to upload your documents to the internet because it's the safe place for storing your documents. The internet brings you the biggest data storage and you can choose best websites that brings best services to store them. In this article I'd like to introduce you some of those websites, you even can earn money from your data or documents.

If you'd like to store your data in archive formats such as .zip, .rar, .7z... you can choose one of the following websites:

  1. Enterupload.com : Your data will be safe, and never be deleted, it is easy to organize your data. They also give you 35$/1000 downloads. they provide high download speeds and up to 10 connections for each download session (you should download by IDM), but 50 waiting seconds for each download. If you want to leech files from rapidshare, filesonic, fileserve... you should choose this site because you do not need to wait for counting down and there is no limit in download times
  2. filesonic.com : They pay you 35$/1000 downloads, however there is a limit in download speeds. Another limit is that your files are just be kept on servers for 30 days if you are free member.
  3. fileserve.com: your data will be stored on servers forever. They give 500GB for each free account and you can easily organize your data. They also pay 25$/1000 downloads, but the cost belongs to each country (you get paid for downloads from USA, UK and Canada)
  4. mediafire.com: the most advantages of this site are: you can upload without signing up, download data in high speeds, it seems that there is no limits in the number of connections for each download session (you should use IDM for download). However, your files wil not be kept on servers forever, they pay nothing for downloads

If you'd like to upload documents such as microsoft word, excel, powerpoint... you should choose one of these sites:

  1. docstoc.com : They provide an easy way to organize your documents, easy to upload and download. You also can create a google adsense account when signing up and get 50% revenue with this service.
  2. google document: This service is the best because they not only provide storing service, but also editing service. you can edit documents on their site such as you edit on microsoft word, excel, powerpoint...

It's really great when we can not only share our documents for people who love to read, but also get money from these documents. The internet gives us many chances of making money and sharing our knowledges

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    • hoangth89 profile imageAUTHOR

      Hoang Tran Huy 

      7 years ago from Hanoi

      Advertisement is the most important thing in bussiness. If you want other people to know about your service, you should give out a little money and they are doing so. However, they earn money by providing better services that ignore some limits such as upload size, waiting time... you must upgrade to be used these services ^^

    • wandererh profile image

      David Lim 

      7 years ago from Singapore

      I didn't know that you can get paid for uploads - I would have expected that you have to pay as bandwidth is being used up. Do you have any idea how the websites for making money from the uploads?

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