If you're interested in free Google Drive storage, check out Google's Local Guide program. You use Google Maps on your phone to leave reviews and pictures of places you visit, mainly restaurants and bars, and you earn points for your reviews.
After enrolling in the free program, you'll probably already have a bunch of points as you've probably rated places you've been to when using Google Maps on your phone.
They have 5 different levels, but once you reach level 4, one of the main benefits is that you receive 1 terabyte of Google Drive storage for 2 years. Normally, 1 terabyte is $10 a month, so I think it's great that they are giving this away for free. If you're like me who has a lot of pictures and videos that you don't want to lose, having a backup copy in the cloud is a nice option. No external hard drives to worry about crashing.
Another benefit is that you can see the viewer count of your pictures. You will end up mostly taking pictures of your food, but it's always fun for me looking through the view counters.
For some reason and I have no clue why, this breakfast picture from Austin's Le Cafe Crepe has over 40,000 views. I don't even know why I bother with my own website.Follow my blog with Bloglovin