“When unpaid on a construction project, you’re searching for options,” says Scott Wolfe, the company’s CEO. “And today, that means you’re searching Google or Bing to see what you can do to turn around your fortunes and get paid.”
The first search query in the mechanics lien search story, therefore, is naturally, “How Do I Get Paid On A Construction Project?”
While Zlien is the nation’s leading mechanics lien filing service, it is also the leader in providing resources about mechanic liens, bond claims and generally getting paid for work or materials furnished to a construction project. When you’re searching for information on how to get paid and how to file a mechanics lien, Zlien’s resources will be top of the searches.
“We take great pride in our resources,” says Nate Budde, the company’s Chief Legal Officer. “Our resources are curated and written by attorneys. They are highly accurate and reliable, and kept updated.”
Staying up to date about mechanics lien laws is important because they change rapidly. Zlien’s widely read Lien Blog can confirm that, as one of it’s most popular areas is the “Lien Law Alerts” tag, where it has over 200 articles about cases and legislative changes that affect mechanics lien laws across the country.
Search stories were introduced by Google in a 60 second ad during the 2012 Superbowl titled “Parisian Love.” The Mechanics Lien search story tells a different tale, but to the small business owner of a construction business or the credit manager at the Fortune 500 building supply house, it’s perhaps one that is just as important.
“When you search for mechanics lien help or help getting paid,” says Wolfe, “you’re going to find Zlien.”
Zlien is the nation’s largest and fastest-growing mechanics lien and preliminary notice service. Zlien has helped thousands of contractors and suppliers protect their lien rights on construction projects across the country, and get paid on difficult accounts. Zlien is an authorized submitter for E-Recording in over 780 counties throughout the US.
Zlien is focused on building the construction industry’s easiest-to-use and most comprehensive service to manage mechanics lien compliance. More information about Zlien may be found at http://www.zlien.com or by calling (866) 720-5436.