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New organizing website for Connecticut launched

By Matt Baier Organizing

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Stamford, CT - Matt Baier Organizing, Connecticut’s premier organizing team, have today announced that they have launched a brand new website. The new website can still be accessed at the same URL and went live on November 1st, 2012.

The recent site revamp aims to provide potential customers and information seekers with improved user-friendly navigation when browsing the website for services related to paper management, clutter control and floor planning. Additionally, the changes were designed to make all of the great home and business organizing resources created by Matt Baier Organizing to be more accessible. The updated site is now an important destination for those seeking information on how to get organized and stay organized.

“I am excited that the site redesign now features information about our new services including paperless organizing. We’ve received positive feedback on our updated video content, as well, especially our time lapse of a garage organized in 30 seconds,” said Mr. Baier.

Matt Baier is the owner of Matt Baier Organizing LLC. Baier is in the business of decluttering, paper management and organizing systems to help people get organized and stay organized in Fairfield and Westchester counties. MBO has also helped people deal with moving, clearing after a death and hoarding.

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