As a team who has been in the industry for over a decade, we love when January rolls around. Why? Because the start of the new year brings a new mindset to many agents on how to approach the growth of their agency this year. Realizing the successes and failures from the year before can help anyone set up this new year with a different approach to their business.
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One of the biggest issues facing many long time agents is the mentality that being a local agent is their competitive advantage. We hear this most often from captive agents as that has been the rule of thumb for a long time. Is location the reason clients choose your agency over the competition?
With the end of fourth quarter upon us, it can be a smart time to take inventory of your past years' marketing and plan for a prosperous 2018. Here are 10 easy steps to complete an effective assessment.
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As someone who has seen the 'tech boom' here in Seattle first hand, I have seen the growth of what's been coined "born digital" companies. Among the new generation of weapons insurers intend to use to compete with these "born-digital” companies are chat windows, faster policy statements, intuitive agent portals, e-signatures, and robotic technologies. It's no wonder many agents struggle to keep up.
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In my last post, I wrote about how implementing the use of a claims app can also increase renewals due to customers liking the ease and dependability of you and your agency. While on the topic of renewals, let’s talk more about how to increase them, why some customers don’t renew and how to maintain and increase current customer renewal.
I post a lot about how the insurance industry is changing due to technology. A major change, that could especially impact future, specific, inbound calling auto insurance customers due to technology, is the autonomous or self-driving car, which most experts think will be dominating the roads by 2030.
My last post was about 2017 trends we’ve seen in the insurance market. Another trend that has been popping up and will drastically effect auto insurance rates and how they are managed and sold, is UBI, or usage based insurance. According to insurancebusinnessmag.com UBI is expected to increase globally, from 12 million to 142 million customers, in the next seven years.
As an insurance agent how do you know if you are providing your existing and new inbound calling customers the best service you can? Simple, ask. How am I doing, is an easy question to ask, but not always an easy question to get answered. A way to solve this problem is through a survey.
Recently, I posted why giving free auto insurance quotes is a great way to grow business. Today I want to take that idea a step further and talk a little bit about how to make those quotes stand out among the rest.
In pasts posts, I have written about how to market your insurance agency to new clients and inbound callers. But what if you want to market a specific section of your agency, say auto insurance? Below are a few ideas of how to specifically target audiences with marketing auto insurance.
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