Engagement is a tricky term. It is halfway to a promise, but a long way from commitment. Agent-customer relationships also work in a similar fashion. Customer engagement is the depth of the relationship a customer has with a brand. Although engagement is a good sign that leads to a prospective customer, how we navigate from the first interaction until the customer commits plays a key role. Some strategies on how we can achieve customer engagement are discussed here and we are confident these strategies will work for all agents.
If you are like many Americans, you probably have multiple policies for home, auto, medical and life insurance. And if you are lucky and working for a good employer, you might also have additional life insurance as well as disability insurance. But did you know that no matter how well covered you think you are, there are some gaps in coverage that can unexpectedly wreak havoc on your savings should the unthinkable strike? Here are the common gaps many Americans have in their insurance coverage.
With ever advancing technology, the world has become a better place but also a riskier place. We all love our phones and our gadget addiction is increasing day by day. In a country like the United States where the majority of the population owns cars, it is disturbing to know that 94% of all car accidents are due to driver error (Source: National Statistics Council). At any moment 7% of drivers are using cell phones and are not following hands-free safety regulations. Multitasking is a myth when it comes to driving. The brain quickly toggles between tasks – but can’t do two things at a
The number of cars sold in the US has been increasing every single year. Researchers attribute this boost to various factors like improved economic conditions, easy credit, compelling product and Millennials aging and buying cars. We all love cars for the convenience they provide. While, public transportation is very time consuming, the car is the ultimate blessing. However, when we talk about expenses, cars tend to be far behind public transportation. It is not just the cost of the car that the owner has to bear. Car maintenance and gas costs are the major contributors that chug along
“I’ve always been asked, ‘What is my favorite car?’ and I’ve always said ‘The next one.'”
– Carroll Shelby
This quote by the famous automotive designer and racing driver, truly encapsulates all of our feelings towards the four-wheeled beast. Starting from the very first vehicle that we buy, our lives and emotions get attached to our cars more than we care to admit, especially in today’s time when the toughest thing to do is to manage your professional and personal life successfully. The key thing that helps us in managing
Driving is a privilege; not a right. It’s a privilege granted to anyone that demonstrate the knowledge and skills of obeying enacted laws in place for the safety of all drivers. But, sadly, due to a few drivers that chose to disobey or ignore these safety regulations, the lives of numerous innocent people are greatly affected. One of the major and leading causes of accidents is distracted driving, including texting while driving.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the
Let’s keep it simple
You want to buy a new car. There are two parts to the buying procedure; one is research using your fingertips and the World Wide Web. The other requires you to shop around as you begin your encounters with the dealerships.
Do your homework and be fully armed and equipped with necessary information before going for the final purchase. Take clues from my earlier blog where I listed the 3 best sites to look for to complete your car purchase research.
Unfortunately, the part when
That moment when you think your wait is over and you are ready to buy a fancy new car, your excitement remains at its peak! But sadly, it drops when it comes to signing the papers. Why can’t car buying be as simple as they show in their commercials; where the actor test drives his car alone around breathtaking locations with no other vehicle in view? He returns with a smile which says he has found his soul mate in car form, signs a document, takes charge of the keys without any hitch, and the dealership staff wave a happy goodbye to him with big smiles on everyone’s faces. Is that