There is a box or drawer full of old plats, blueprints and survey drawings that are collecting dust somewhere at your surveying company. Why not scan them into a file archive and monetize them? Imagine being able to sell access to those old surveys, retain the rights and permissions and make money twice with them. This is exactly what America's Building Records is providing the construction industry- the ability to do just that. Land Surveyors United recently partnered with ABR and would like to tell you a little bit about this ground breaking service they offer. It could easily change the way you do business.
ABR is a National GIS for Building plans, allowing American construction professionals to Store Files, Quickly find files and share access to them for a fee (determined by you). The most important thing to remember is that you remain in full control of the documents. Each document you upload to their database becomes search engine optimized for the physical address, so when someone comes along looking for the plans, they find your plans, for which they must request access. You get an email and set the price for access.
Put Those Old Surveys To Work for Your Company
One of the added values of adding your plans to ABR is their unique features which convert every plan into a webpage with backlinks to your website. If you have a website for your company, you know just how important those backlinks are for driving traffic to your site.
Sign Up for a Free Account from Now Until September
As a Land Surveyors United member, you can gain FREE access to the platform for the next month and a half as a Beta Tester. You'll get a 60 day trial on any of the enterprise options to try and explore the possibilities. After September there will be an associated membership fee for signing up. Links to your uploaded documents can easily be placed inside your LSU Profile for even more traffic to your site. Sign up today and get started!
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