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sorted.

Supporting You In the Wake Of Disaster

sorted. was founded in hurricane country and staffed by women who understand the aftermath of destruction.

​When returning home, after a devastating hurricane, to find a catastrophe, damage to her own home she began trying to rebuild and maneuver the claims process. Through her own experience, Elizabeth Alexander, founder, and CEO, learned how hard the process was for homeowners when trying to inventory all the personal items lost. 

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A Tradeshow Must

Having a website is indispensable for companies participating as vendors at trade shows for several reasons. First, it serves as a digital storefront, providing potential customers with essential information about the products or services offered, business hours, contact details, and more, even after the trade show has ended. This ensures that interested individuals who may not have had the opportunity to visit the booth can still learn about the company and its offerings. A website facilitates lead generation and follow-up by allowing attendees to submit inquiries or requests for more information online. Also, a well-designed website enhances the company's credibility and professionalism, leaving a positive impression on visitors and increasing the likelihood of converting leads into customers. Lastly, having a website complements the company's presence at trade shows, extends its reach beyond the event, and maximizes the potential for business growth.

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Lead Generation

A website can be a powerful tool for lead generation in several ways. It acts as a digital storefront where potential customers. By providing valuable information, engaging content, and clear calls-to-action, a website encourages visitors to take the next step, such as signing up for a newsletter, requesting a quote, or scheduling a consultation.

Strategically placed contact forms, chatbots, or inquiry buttons make it easy for visitors to reach out to the company with questions or requests for more information. By capturing visitor contact information through these forms, the company can follow up with personalized communications, nurturing leads through the sales funnel.

A website serves as a hub for lead generation by providing valuable information, engaging content, and easy ways for visitors to connect with the company, ultimately driving business growth.

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