I am sure you have heard the talk about “new media” but do you know how to use it to build awareness for your agency? You have probably tried and are more comfortable with traditional advertising methods, but there is a wave of “new media” outlets your business cannot afford to ignore.
If you deal with insurance for nonprofits, then you understand the set of clients that require this coverage are unique.
What is cross-selling? Simply put it is your lowest costing, highest return marketing you can ever do.
At our agency, we offer a variety of insurance policies, but we also try to make sure that we are making an effort to reach the greatest number of customers.
It’s evident that to survive in today’s economy you must always find a way to grow your business. There needs to be an outlet for constant, consistent expansion—and the type of business growth that brings with it authentic, retainable consumers.
As insurance professionals, it’s difficult to find the time to blog during the week, never mind a few times a week!
Insurance agencies work hard to get the phone to ring. Yet so often, people have no idea how to respond to that call.
So, maybe you’ve set up your social media accounts, and maybe you haven’t. And I’m sure you’ve heard how important it is to be active on Facebook, Twitter, and GooglePlus.
As the owner of Alaska insurance agency, Pippel Insurance, I believe that it is important to share good advice with others in the field.