On WordPress.com, a basic subscription has 6GB of storage space. The space may vary based on the subscription level or the platform used. However, it’s still limited. One important hint is to host your media (photos, videos, and files) on different platforms and link to them on your blog. This way, the media won’t be calculated against your blog’s quota.
For me, this is the best place to store pictures and embed them into my website(s). It’s easy and there are a lot of flexible options… I also find it useful to have photos’ comments, if any, in one place no matter where I embed the photos.
You need to paste the Embed code into your post in HTML section as illustrated below:
OneDrive Photos offer the option of embedding pictures but it’s less flexible and a little bit complicated in comparing to Flickr – not to mention the cost.
Unfortunately, Google Photos doesn’t offer the option of embedding pictures. There are indirect ways to do it though.
Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, … Some cloud storage’s, such as OneDrive, have bandwidth limit for free accounts!
YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, … You may like to check my other post: YouTube vs Dailymotion.
Do you use any of the above? Have you encountered a shortage in your blog’s storage?