Marketing an Insurance Agency


California’s First Cannabis Business Owners Policy Approved by California Department of Insurance

California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones has approved the first Cannabis Business Owners Policy in the State of California. The American Association of Insurance Services designed the new CannaBOP program for cannabis dispensaries, storage facilities, processors, manufacturers, distributors, and other cannabis-related businesses operating in the state.


10 Content Ideas for April Compliments of Insurance Technologies Corporation ITC

Our friends at ITC posted a blog a few days ago with 10 Content Ideas for April. If you’ve never been to an insurance conference and aren’t familiar with ITC, they have several products for Agencies including a Comparative Rater, Agency Management System and an Email Marketing Solution that’ll knock your socks off. You should definitely check them out if

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Why It’s Time to Stop Acting Like Independent Agents and Start Acting Like Business Owners

Disruption, data-driven metrics, digital marketing, leads, consumer behavior and a plethora of new terms have entered our space over the past several years. Whether the latest blog, social media post, newsletter or industry conference, these are the terms everyone is talking about in our industry today. This shouldn’t bother us at all. In fact, after working with thousands of agency owners,

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Nov Names Stuart Ganis to the Top 100 Insurance Influencers on Twitter

From Qualifying As A Twitter Influencer In Insurance To compile my list of influencers I required the following criteria: Had to be an individual (not a company or brand account) Had to have at least 1,000 followers Had to have tweeted in the last 30 days 1 to 1 follower ratio or higher (more followers than followed) Had to

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How Insurance Agency Owners Achieve Better Results by Partnering with their Vendors

I’ve worked in the insurance industry for more than 1/2 my life in retail, then 10 years consulting technology, marketing and other services. I’ve introduced 1,000’s of agents to technology partners, lead providers, insurance carriers, recruiters, bookkeepers; the list goes on and on. If there’s one thing I’ve learned throughout all of this time, is that insurance agencies demand excellence from

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Good Read on Insurance Journal with Tips to Improve your Insurance Agency Website

This article/blog first appeared on Insurance Journal: In just the last decade, websites have revolutionized the way insurance agents find new clients, conduct business, and build their professional presence. The lack of a website just five years ago may not have made a difference, but today a website defines an insurance agent’s legitimacy. 78% of Internet users conduct product research

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Hope to see you at the ITC Agent Conference for Insurance Agencies

Insurance Technologies Corporation in Carrollton Texas is holding their 3rd Annual Agent Conference April 21st and 22nd. This year, the agenda is packed with breakouts including; Leveraging Social Media in your Insurance Agency, how to work on your business as opposed to in the business, a panel and much more. You can view the full agenda by clicking here.


Insurance Lead Provider Being Sued for Unwanted Text Messages

This Article first appeared on Legal Newsline and can be found by clicking here. LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – A California attorney known for frequently filing lawsuits over unwanted telephone solicitations is at the center of a class action complaint alleging similar violations. Last week, Todd M. Friedman filed, as a plaintiff, a class action complaint in the U.S. District Court

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Strategies to Help Local Insurance Agents Sell Benefits

Property Casualty 360 published a great article for Insurance Agents about Selling Benefits. Here are some snippets from the article: Sallie Giblin has some words of advice for P&C agents looking to expand their agency operations into group benefits. “The most important thing that P&C agents need to know,” says Giblin, executive vice president at Lockton Insurance Brokers in La

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Google Compare Shutting Down Insurance Site According to Partners – Insurance Journal

It appears Google Compare’s grand experiment in online comparison shopping for auto insurance is dead – for now at least. Two of its major partners were told today that Google Compare is shutting down its online shopping comparison undertaking. A Google spokesman couldn’t be immediately reached for comment. An official announcement from Google is expected to be made on Tuesday.