Capture anywhere, use it everywhere

Highlight, snip and cite relevant content across platforms

Seamless integration with: Chrome, Microsoft Office, Outlook, Google Docs & Google Sheets

The answer to information overload

Seamless integration, really

Wherever you read, research or write, we make it easy to save and source what matters.

Real-time collaboration

Facilitate team knowledge sharing with a cloud-based repository of relevant highlights

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“Sorc’d is a total lifesaver” – Brafton

Companies, teams, freelancers and academia use Sorc’d to: strengthen articles, proposals, presentations, press releases, blogs, social posts, white papers, cases and more. Here are just a few of the content leaders and agencies using Sorc’d:

Rise Interactive, search, content and digital media agency
Imagination, content for thought leaders

Brafton - Fuel Your Brand

Burson Marsteller

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Bob Girolamo, President & CEO of Sorc’d, introduces a better way to create better quality content by easily tracking the sparks that trigger your creativity.

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We’ve been called: a time saver, a content creator’s dream, a wonderful team resource and a helpful sales productivity tool.
We’re hoping to expand that list.

Sorc'd Wins Innovation Challenge
TechWeek Finalist Sorc'd I Bob Girolamo
Top Innovation for Content
Research made easy
Pinterest for writers - Sorc'd
Best Content Curation Tools 2016

Useful research & writing tools

for content curation, collaboration and creation

We are overwhelmed with information on a daily basis –
the equivalent to 174 newspapers to be exact.

Sorc’d was created to:
1) help save and organize only the most important pieces of information,
2) recall and use that information to strengthen your own content, and
3) share snippets of digestible-sized information as to not overwhelm one’s mental capacity.

Sorc’d is about efficiency and effectiveness. All of the highly intuitive tools are designed with the end goal in mind – to build stronger content, faster. A browser extension enables you to highlight and organize only the pieces of online content you find interesting, such as in an article, blog, presentation or email. These “snippets” can be filtered by category, tag, post type, favorites or date, and link to their original sources. Recalling and importing snippets – both private and public – can be done with a single click via add-ins, like the one in Microsoft Office, Google Docs or APIs. You can choose to have the original source link built into the snippet or come after it. And, you may create footnotes from links coming after the snippets with a few keyboard shortcuts.

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