Construction Lien Blog Changes Address

Web's leading blog on mechanics lien laws and compliance changed its domain name, now residing on Zlien's domain

Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
  • Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
    Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
    Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
    Screenshot of the web's leading Mechanics Lien blog, the Construction Lien Blog, published by Zlien.
  • The web's leading commentary and blog on mechanics liens is moving to a new domain.
    The web's leading commentary and blog on mechanics liens is moving to a new domain.
    The web's leading commentary and blog on mechanics liens is moving to a new domain.
    The web's leading commentary and blog on mechanics liens is moving to a new domain.

To make it a cleaner experience for users and readers of Zlien and the Construction Lien Blog, the blog changed addresses over the weekend moving from its original domain to http://www.zlien.com/blog/.

Readers and subscribers to the blog shouldn't notice a difference, as all links within the blog have been updated, the RSS Feed address remains unchanged, and anyone going to an address within the old domain would be automatically redirected to the new domain. "And," says Scott Wolfe, the founder of the blog, "we still have the same great content."

The Construction Lien Blog started in early 2007, and has consistently published great content about mechanics lien and preliminary notice compliance since then. In addition to a substantial database of "How-To" type articles, the blog's most valuable content is its updates on mechanics lien law changes across the country.

The Construction Lien Blog is published by Zlien, the nation's premiere mechanics lien filing and compliance management service. It's authors include Scott Wolfe Jr, founder and CEO of Zlien, and the company's chief legal officer, Nate Budde.