Remember when we used to burn files on CDs? Hopefully, if you have anything important (like photos!!) on CDs, you’re still able to find a CD drive so you can actually access them! These days, we have USBs.
Aren’t my customized USBs from USB Memory Direct beautiful?! I just love them! They’re such nice quality.
My friends at USB Memory Direct asked for an honest review here on my blog, and I’m very happy to do just that.
What I love about USB Direct is first and foremost their customer service. These guys are soooo nice. And that means a lot to me. Kind, fast, and helpful customer service is not always easy to come by these days, so I appreciate it when I find it.
I also really appreciate how simple it is to customize the USB drive with my logo. Before becoming a full-time photographer, I worked as a graphic artist. So I understand Photoshop and Illustrator files and I typically don’t have a problem creating the appropriate files needed to customize products. Still … somehow I’ve messed up my orders in the past with other companies and ended up with a product that wasn’t exactly what I had wanted. I’m grateful that with USB Memory Direct, it’s just super easy to end up with your desired result.
Easy is good.
Check out all the great USB drives USB Memory Direct offers here.
Thanks again to the USB Memory Direct team for being so great and sponsoring this post. Awesome vendors help me to offer a great experience to my clients. And that means the world to me.
p.s. If your files are still on CDs … quick! Get them off while you still can! Pretty soon CD drives just won’t exist any longer!
p.p.s. And always remember … digital files are great. I’m so happy to give them to you so you can save them forever and print and reprint to your heart’s content! But just make sure they actually DO get printed! Prints in your home is what it’s all about : )
Kate Callahan is an on-location photographer who LOVES to capture authentic memories for families. She’s available for weddings, senior photos, child photo sessions, and family photography. Kate works with clients throughout the Hudson Valley, NYC, Delaware (and the tri-state area), and beyond. She also writes motivational books for photographers. Find them at Dear Female Photographer.