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An insurance agent, also called an insurance broker in some instances, is the local representative of any number of insurance companies. A legitimate insurance agency must be licensed by a state board before he or she can legally sell insurance policies to customers. Generally, an insurance agent works as the local 'face' of a single insurance company, but occasionally an independent agent may work with different companies depending on their areas of expertise and coverage.
Most consumers interested in purchasing insurance coverage will only deal with a local insurance agent directly. He or she is authorized to present all of the coverage options available through the larger insurance company. Since part of an insurance agent's salary is based on commissioned sales, he or she will often offer 'one stop shopping' for all of the customer's insurance needs. An insurance agent may sell individual policies for car, home, life and medical insurance, or offer a package plan which incorporates a combination of these needs.
Insurance Brokers - Providing You With Coverage by Brantley Graham
Under the Insurance Brokers Registration Act of 1977 it has become regulation for firms to provide appropriate coverage without acting on the behalf of the insurance companies. This was thought to be very important because it allowed businesses to interact with firms without fear that their best interests were accounted for. However legally speaking the 1977 Act has been repealed.
Insurance Marketing Services - Beware of This Unforeseen Web Site Pitfall by Heather Sloan
In the quest for key words, high page counts and generous content, many Web developers forget a basic truth: You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink - Translated for Internet world: Just because they find you, doesn't mean they'll buy. To motivate a customer to take the next step, a Web site must be much more than search engine optimized. It also must be lead generation optimized.
Life Insurance Continuing Education Courses Can Be Done Online by Edward J Hulse
For professional advisors and agents in the insurance sector to survive, they have to continuously update themselves with the latest policies and state government norms that are prone to continuous change. This is when a timely requirement for training occurs. Assuming that the life insurance continuing education which is a yearly process is done in the conventional classroom style, most part timers who have chosen the insurance line could be at a loss. This is a set up where everybody's time must coincide with everybody else's and a fixed schedule is followed where training takes place for a temporary period when the need arises.
Insurance Marketing Ideas - The Better Sales Letter Checklist by Heather Sloan
Have you heard of the Selling Power Analysis? It's an offer on my Web site that allows prospective clients to test drive my services. I conduct a few Selling Power Analyses every month, and without fail, I make a lot of recommendations. Usually I can identify at least 10 ways to improve a letter. That is, until last week. Last week, I received a letter with which I could find no fault. I had to really, really think to identify just a couple of ways to improve it. The amazing part was that this letter was a short one-pager. Usually, the best letters are multi-pagers, but this one got the job done well with one sheet.
Does Buying Insurance Leads Really Work? by Todd M Erwin
If you are an insurance broker or agent, there is one question that might just be burning a hole in your mind. Is there really any benefit to buying leads? Some agents would rather find the leads on their own and save a few dollars, while others believe that purchasing leads is the best way to go. In short, there are many advantages to purchasing leads that insurance agents can benefit from. If someone has been telling you differently, then you are getting bad advice.
How to Become Financially Wealthy in the Insurance Industry! by Daniel Hagy
When I started out selling in insurance, I never dreamed I would get to the level of income that I enjoy today. As in most professional sales careers, when you perfect your sales and prospecting techniques, your ability to earn a great living will follow. But, even then, you are still far from the peak of the mountain top in income potential. In order to obtain income levels far beyond what most agents ever dream of, you must understand the power of leverage.
Key Tips to Choose the Right Insurance Brokers by J.J. Yong
For new comers finding the best insurance policy for themselves, can easily find that it is very trouble-some and time-consuming to search for the right kind of Insurance. For this group of people, they would rather pay to get such service from those who has been specialized in this area, such as the insurance broker.
Car Insurance Agent - Play Special Role In Online Deals by David Faulkner
Acquiring the right car insurance for your needs can be a complicated business. There are so many online policies available with different premiums, deductibles, coverage, and limits that it is very easy to get confused while trying to absorb all of that information. This is why many people choose to go with a Car Insurance Agent.
4-40 to 2-20 Conversion Course - Becoming a Florida Insurance Agent by Michael Birzon
What is required to become a Florida Insurance Agent? What is the difference between a 2-20 Agent and a 4-40 Customer Service Representative? Florida makes a distinction between a 2-20 General Lines Agent and a 4-40 Customer Service Representative.
First Rule in Annuity Seminars - Fill the Room by Gary Le Mon
The top 1% of annuity producers in America - those earning personal commissions in excess of $1 Million a year - do it by giving retirement planning seminars for Seniors. The first rule in the seminar business is "Fill the room." Here are a few inside secrets I share with my top agents.
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