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RossBackup VIP to the Rescue!

RossBackup VIP to the Rescue!

By Aaron (406 words) | Posted in RossBackup VIP on November 28, 2013

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We’re in the digital age, of that there is no doubt. Whereas twenty years ago the quickest picture was from a Polaroid, practically everything these days is digital.  However, this makes organizing pictures that much more difficult.

If you’re an average family, you take multiple shots when you see a good pose. Are your kids acting really cute? Is the cat eyeing the deli on the counter? Is it time for the birthday girl to walk in? We have our camera or phone ready, and we’re snapping away. Only a small percentage of these pictures will ever make it to print, but with the arrival of social media, we’re sharing them with everyone.

On the other hand, it’s only a matter of time before you get the dreaded message. “Low on space”. Now what should you do? Well, most people copy the pictures into a file on their computer and put them into a folder with a “Unique” file name. Pictures. That’s correct, we usually don’t even label them with the date. I’ve seen many people that even leave the original folder names on, for example 101NIKON or DCIM.

As the kids grow older, it become more difficult to organize the pictures, and certainly to locate a specific event or person. The hardest part, is that there are so many devices taking these pictures, and they could be copied onto the desktop, laptop IPad, Surface pro…how can you keep track of all of them?

RossBackup has a unique solution. My wife is the one who thought of it, and she gets full credit. If you have a VIP account, you have 512GB of virtual space at your fingertips. All you need to do, is have everyone copy their pictures from whatever device they use, to the VIP section. Create a folder on any of the devices in the VIP section called “Put new pictures here!” As pictures are copied into this location, you can create the appropriate names (Spring 2011) and put all applicable pictures into that folder. Within minutes, that folder will be duplicated on all VIP devices.

As the pictures pile up, they stay organized. It’s so easy, and it makes organizing so much faster. As an added bonus, you have up to 10 computers being completely backed up, and the free mobile app lets you show off all your family pictures to anyone.

Just another amazing reason to use RossBackup. How is it working out for you?

Aaron

Comments (5)

Erin Hofman posted on: November 28, 2013

Right on! Only a woman could come up with this solution. I'm looking forward to seeing if this works.

Ryan Kelnick posted on: December 1, 2013

I agree with this method. We actually were using DropBox, but they wanted almost 500 dollars for the 1/2 TB. We are using RossBackup now and are getting 1/2 TB plus our computers backed up (we only have 3) and paying 1/2 the price.

Davi Ritzer posted on: December 5, 2013

This is a interesting theory. The bulk of people have been using social media to save their pictures, although I would agree that's not a great solution. I will try RossBackup and reply after I test it out.

Elie Rieter posted on: December 8, 2013

Great Article. I have this problem and it's been driving me nuts. I can't seem to get a handle on my pictures.

Natalyn Jeffries posted on: February 1, 2014

I'm interested in purchasing your product. I'm also interested in learning about your affiliate program. I saw your video on Fiverr.com. I would like to know what kind of revenue I can make by endorsing your product as an affiliate.

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