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Easily communicate your message with minimum time and effort on your part with our Insurance Newsletters.

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Customized Insurance Newsletters Solutions

A customized newsletter is well received by clients and warm prospects. It helps personalize your agency, most especially in the age of the internet when there is less personal interaction between the agency and the client. Your newsletter will provide them with useful advice and make them aware of changes and risks that are evolving which may affect them. Our newsletter tool lets you:

  • Submit a custom greeting or announcement
  • Choose from 4,000 articles
  • Modify content for your agency’s needs
  • Submit your own articles (editing available)
  • Submit your agency photos and logo
  • Keep your clients up to date on agency changes, new services.

Social Media Integration

Newsletters Feed into these Social Media Platforms:

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  • Twitter

In addition to having your newsletter sent via email, get more mileage through our social media feeds.

Cross selling and referrals are so important. Reaching out to everyone via every medium available is the key to up-selling to current accounts and getting quality referrals.

Marketing Mailers

Expertly-designed marketing mailers bring awareness to:

  • Multi-policy discounts
  • The need for an umbrella policy
  • Other lines offered by your agency
  • When a policy needs to be renewed or reviewed
  • Announcing a new team member or new services

Our professional marketing team will create ad copy designed to get maximum attention from the recipient and to initiate a call to your agency. We will work with you to ensure branding continuity by using your logo and any photos unique to your agency’s brand. We offer print and mail services for postcards and other marketing material.

Why Market to Existing Clients and Prospects?

Reaching out to your existing clients is absolutely the “best bang for the buck” when it comes to agency marketing. And it’s much easier to convert warm prospects who you’ve had contact with into clients and policies than it is to convert cold prospects. Our cost-effective services help you:

  • Cross sell to existing clients
  • Get quality referrals
  • Increase retention
  • Warm up prospects
  • Boost your website rankings
  • Get you noticed on social media

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We cover these Lines of Insurance and Financial Planning:

  • Personal Lines
  • Commercial Lines
  • Employee Benefits
  • Personal Planning (life, health, long-term care insurance, Medicare, real estate, financial planning)
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Driving Risk: When Employees Run Business Errands

Have you ever sent an employee out to pick up needed supplies? Offered to buy lunch for the crew and asked an employee to pick it up? 

Unless you only send employees who are insured to drive your company vehicles, you may be putting your business at risk. Here's why

9 Reasons Why You Need Life Insurance

It is common to hear unfortunate stories every day about people dying from heart attacks, car accidents or in other unexpected but sudden ways. This usually makes people think about what would happen if they were the ones in such situations.

For people who have family members they would leave behind, the biggest concern is usually what would happen to them. Unless a person has life insurance, survivors could be left in a difficult position.

What to Know Before Taking a Life Insurance Medical Exam

Consumers hoping to find the most affordable life coverage should be ready to undergo a medical exam. Before insurers will provide coverage, they must determine if a person is prone to heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes or other serious illnesses.

Certified medical professionals known as paramedicals are sent out on behalf of the insurance company to conduct several tests. Here's what you can expect. 

How to Keep Your Family in Touch in an Emergency

Most people do not expect to ever find themselves in the midst of an emergency or disaster. These events happen, though, and they can be made worse when families have not planned ahead for how they will communicate at such a time.

Insurers Get Picky About Older Roofs

As homeowner's insurance companies become more selective about whom they will or won't cover, one element that can make or break the deal is the age of the roof. Some insurers in states at high risk of natural catastrophes are refusing to offer coverage for homes with roofs of a certain age.

Roof damage accounts for more than half of homeowner's insurance claims, and with older roofs come more chances for damage during storms. Here's what's going on and how it may affect your coverage.

More Insurers Insist on Homes Having Auto Water Shutoff Valves

Insurers are increasingly requiring policyholders with high-end homes to add automatic water shutoff valves to reduce the likelihood of major water damage after a pipe leaks or bursts.

In the past insurers offered discounts to homeowners who install these devices, but as the cost of water damage claims have skyrocketed in the past few years, more carriers are requiring that homeowners install them as a prerequisite for underwriting a new or renewal policy.

Tidying Up Your Home Can Reduce Claims, Homeowner's Premiums

An ongoing trend in home care is tidiness thanks to the hit Netflix show "Tidying Up," with host Marie Kondo.

By taking her advice on decluttering you will have a tidier-looking home, but it can also mean a safer home, keeping your entry points accessible, helping you identify hazards or problems that need fixing ― and even get you a reduction on your insurance premiums. Here's how.

The True Costs of a Drunk Driving Arrest

About 1.5 million people are arrested annually for driving under the influence, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

If you are arrested, you can expect to pay out substantial sums that could be close to $20,000. You'd not only be looking at fines, but also legal fees, impound fees and many years of sky-high insurance premiums, among other costs. Here's what you can expect to pay for if you are arrested for DUI.

Estate Planning Requires a Team Effort

When it comes to getting your estate in order, you shouldn't try to fly solo. Estate planning is more of a team sport and requires that you get a lot of different people with varying areas of expertise to help you.

Who whould you be picking for your estate-planning team? 

Employers Push Preventive Care to Affect Costs, Staff Health

Chronic conditions and overall poor health are a key cost-driver of health care costs, which is hitting the pocketbooks of both individuals and employers.

There are a number of factors that are driving this, including poor lifestyle choices, poor diets, lack of exercise and hereditary issues. Employers are recognizing the effects their employees' poor health is having on the insurance premiums they and their staff pay. Here's what they are doing about it.

DOL Rescinds Trump-Era Association Health Plan Rule

The Department of Labor on April 29 issued a final rule rescinding Trump-era regulations that expanded the number and types of employers that could band together to create association health plans to cover their employees.

The 2018 regulations, which have been in legal limbo since 2019, also allowed these association health plans avoid many consumer-protection elements of the Affordable Care Act, which critics said would open the door to participating employers offering insufficient coverage. Here's why the DOL decided to put an end to these rules and how the landscape changes.

Workers Grow More Confident About Finances in Retirement

Americans are slowly becoming more confident about their ability to afford an acceptable lifestyle in retirement, a recent survey shows. However, only a small percentage are actually doing the things they need to do in order to be prepared for their retirement years.

Researchers found that seven in 10 workers are "very confident" they will have enough money to retire comfortably. Does your current retirement savings plan hold up to these results?

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