Contest: A Year of For Free! (Contest Over)


If you read the article I recently wrote about, you’ll be expecting this contest.  The folks over at have volunteered to give away a free year of their premium service to one of our members.

To enter the contest you should be using Gmail, Outlook (Desktop Version), or Google Apps Email.  You need to do two things to get in the contest:

  1. Sign Up for Email Updates from  You can choose to get an email whenever new articles are posted, or only once a week.
  2. Leave a comment on this page, so we know you are interested in winning.
  3. Make sure you sign up for a free trial account, so they can apply the free year of premium membership to your account!

If you have already signed up for email updates, you only have to leave a comment below!  We’ll randomly choose a winner on Monday, April 15,2013.

Randy Young

Randy Young

Randy is a land consultant with experience in field and in-house land work, land administration, and software consulting with systems used in the land management business. He is an active member of the AAPL, HAPL, and NHAPL and is a regular attendee of industry functions.

Randy’s latest projects have included land data systems integrations, with a focus on Quorum Land System.

  • Natalie Johns says:

    Randy, seems like such an amazing tool to have in one’s cache. I constantly find myself reviewing and updating contacts and anything to help automate those mundane but necessary tasks is much appreciated. I’m sold!

    • Randy Young Randy Young says:

      My thoughts exactly Natalie. It’s a great service and I was surprised to receive a prompt, personal email back after I completed a new customer survey. They are a responsive company, and I think it is cool that they offered to do a contest with us as well.

  • Staci Cauffman says:

    Randy this is brilliant! As you mentioned in your previous post this is most beneficial for a in-house landman. I have a ton of contacts and updating the changes is a once a month ordeal and who knows if I’ve missed any. Thank you for the heads up!

  • Fred Cheek says:

    I have found that you do a lot of snooping around finding these diamonds in the rough.

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