Publishing documents on edocr is a proven way to start demand generation for your products and services. Thousands of professionals and businesses publish marketing (brochures, data sheets, press releases, white papers and case studies), sales (slides, price lists and pro-forma agreements), operations (specifications, operating manuals, installation guides), customer service (user manuals) and financial (annual reports and financial statements) documents making it easier for prospects and customers to find content, helping them to make informed decisions.
“My” edocr beta released!
Sept. 22, 2015 - Fasten your seat belts edocr users, we have released the beta
​! What we have been doing here at
​ over the last
few months is adding all the existing edocr features to our older Prizm Share
product, plus bringing in additional
​ features, such as private, secure
& ‘for sale’ settings for content, in such a way that we can ultimately bring all
of these features over to
​later this year. This will provide many more
features to our business users of edocr. It was important to us to get our site
to a single, supportable codebase while we continued to rapidly grow the
users of the edocr service. We are proud to announce that over 50,000 new
accounts have been created & close to 200,000 documents uploaded on edocr,
since we purchased this property this past March.
What we will be doing on my.edocr over the next two months is adding
additional requested features, many from docstoc users looking for a new
home, and hardening the site, so that in December we can bring all of the new
code to edocr in a seamless manner as a site upgrade. Our plan is to continue
edocr as a B2B content marketing and leadgen site, while offering a more
casual version for personal, private, small group, blogging users via the
my.edocr service. A teacher sharing documents to a classroom perhaps; or, a
homeowners’ association or other small not-for profits maintaining its
records for members to view, some public and most private.
The first major feature that you will see is embed. Now you may store
your documents on my.edocr and drop our fantastic, mobile ready,
responsive viewer right on your web site with the snippet of code we
provide for the full size document view, or thumbnail with a link back to
the my.edocr viewer.
So, if you are already an edocr user and want to test some of the new features
on my.edocr before they are made available on edocr, go ahead and create a
separate account for now, and our tech team wi