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SAP 030: Best Marketing Practices for Insurance Success

Even the Pony Express only lasted 19 months before a better method of communication was found!
“During its 19 months of operation, it reduced the time for messages to travel between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts to about 10 days. From April 3, 1860 to October 1861, it became the West’s most direct means of east–west communication before the telegraph was established and was vital for tying the new state of California with the rest of the United States.”

What method have you settled on for the marketing and communication of your insurance proposal to clients? Are you still using the insurance version of the old Pony Express? Perhaps, if your horse is tired, it’s time to change horses – or better yet, change methods altogether?

For helpful agent information, visit MedicareAgentTraining.com

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SAP 026: Medicare Supplement Marketing Tips from the Fair

At the Coastal Carolina Fair in Charleston, SC, I saw some very interesting similarities between the marketing tactics employed by the fair and those used by some insurance agents in the Medicare Supplement market.

Captive agents think that, somehow, every person can fit within their plans. This is often like fitting a square peg into a round hole. It is not always a good idea to attempt it!

Independent Medicare agents find the best solution in any local market and provide full transparency in the process. This allows the senior client to trust that they not only have the BEST available plan in their market, but they also know that this agent can continue to shop the market in the future, if their rate increases get out of the norm with their chosen carrier.

For helpful agent information, visit MedicareAgentTraining.com

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