Google Photos & Personal Data Storage to Fuel Growth of Mobile Device, Promo Flash Drives
At Google I/O 2015, Google Photos Reveals its Personal Data Strategy…Points to Impact on Growth of Mobile Device Flash Drives as Way to Grow Brands & Increase Sales
We tested out the new Google Photos: Amazing, Spooky, but now we get it!
At the recently held Google I/O 2015 Developers Conference, Google unveiled Google Photos, a free personal data storage service which uses algorithms to neatly organize all of your photos. Google’s move to offer free photo and video data storage is a reflection of the tech giant’s understanding that we are all collecting enormous volumes of data without not enough space to store it at an affordable cost. And while Google’s access to this sea of data allows it to make predictions about our behaviors and purchasing patterns, it also foreshadows the next generation of promotional, mobile marketing. Progressive individuals and organizations are growing brand awareness and ultimately increasing sales by offering promotional (logo branded) mobile flash drives, like the one depicted below:
This ultra-thin credit card flash drives has dual connections, one for Android mobile devices and the other for the traditional desktop USB connection. More info or FREE Quote.
Personal data storage is eating up a larger proportion of household expenses: $50 – $120 per month! A single, 16 – 128GB mobile device flash drive can lower costs 7 – 20 x’s.
Promotional products and samples have been shown to increase sales and provide a higher marketing ROI than traditional media; this according to many studies by industry experts and universities. Consider your cost of customer acquisition. Now imagine how many more sales leads you might generate at a cost of only $4 – $8 by providing custom-branded promo flash drives (4GB -16GB) to current customers and future prospects: they can use these USBs to lower their monthly data storage costs and you get great both traditional and mobile branding with a high likelihood of new, repeat and referral business.
Tablet Sales Slow As Mobile Device Phablets Pick up Pace
PC and tablet sales are slowing and larger screen mobile devices are benefiting. According to a Jan 2015 Gartner report on mobile device sales, tablet sales will continue to grow at a slow pace in 2015. At last week’s Computex conferrence in Taiwan, phablets (hybrid tablet and smartphone) were shown to be outpacing PC and tablet sales. And it appears that more and more consumers around the world are now making their first computing device purchase a phablet, according to an Intel post. As this OTG (on the go, always on) business and personal lifestyle accelerates, more people will purchase USB flash drives to increase their personal data storage and protect their privacy. What if your brand could claim its fair share of that mobile promo marketing mindshare? More info or FREE Quote…