So if you’re like most agents, you are scrambling to figure out what the link is to check on the status of your new business. This list is comprised of the top 128 insurance companies you are most likely contracted with. We compiled this data through talking with various insurance agents and agencies and therefor might be missing some links.
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I recently sat down with Ben Newman to talk about his mindset on how insurance agents can get better using the phone to set appointments and sell. Selling life insurance over the phone is an art many agents can’t master. But, for those who do, they do it with extraordinary success! Luckily, Ben had […]
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The purpose of a brand positioning is to help you focus all your business capabilities—sales, service, marketing, etc.—on high potential and well-defined groups of customers—we’ll call them your most important customers—who will anchor your business for years to come. Learn More.