We believe DealBoards by InsuredMine are the lifeline for any insurance agent. You can get the pulse of your agency with a single glance; a few clicks of a button complete most of your tasks, and you can schedule your future tasks with just a mouse click; to name a few. While building user tools is a simple task that can be accomplished with some programming and logic, building tools that provide clear solutions is the challenge. The most often heard complaint about CRM and
For any agent, keeping track of customers, clients, prospects, and a thousand other things is not an easy task. It demands hard work and undivided attention just to keep things moving. But utilizing CRM (Customer Resource Management) tools built by InsuredMine helps agents get things under control. With very easy setup and simple instructions to use, these tools are making life easier for agents everywhere. Deal Boards and CRM tools for insurance agents built by InsuredMine
There are roughly about 4.3 billion email users worldwide accounting for 149,153 emails being sent out every minute. Considering that an average email user receives about 88 emails per day, chances are, the marketing emails that you send out are most likely unread or go straight to trash. Like it or not, that’s the reality. But don’t give up on your email marketing strategy yet. Email drip campaigns are a promising new way for agencies to tackle this issue. In case
In 2016, the estimated total number of independent Agencies in the United States stood at 38,000, according to Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America Inc. Given the huge number, it comes as no surprise that the competition is extensive to run an agency profitably. Today, we will examine 7 steps that can guide an agent towards success.
1. Be available:
We all know the success story of the half bitten Apple. At InsuredMine we are not kidding when we draw the analogy with what happened at Insuretech Connect 2018 (ITC2018). Despite a complete experience with two days of exposure, meetings, and attending sessions, we know we only took a bite of the apple; we know there is so much more to explore and experience, but most importantly, to learn and grow.
Insurance customer expectation and engagement was way different than it is today and is changing at a rapid pace. Companies like Google, Amazon eBay, and Netflix have leveraged technology and flipped business models completely upside down. Since technology is fostering “I want it when I want it and how I want it” motto, we can’t expect the customers to demand any less when it comes to insurance.
Today 4 out of 5 customers are way different than Jack’s customers years ago, because though they trust Jack just as equally today, they still compare and verify
It feels like just yesterday that we were preparing for our first ever Insurtech Connect event. Juggling what to do, whom to meet, taking notes, learning new things, and overall soaking in as much as we could. But this year certainly feels different not only because we are one of the official sponsors of the event along with 200+ others, but because we have also ‘been there done that’. We
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.
It is next to impossible to find an industry that technology has not penetrated. Especially with the insurance industry, gone are the days of making appointments with the insurance agents, negotiating in person on the price, or making frequent trips to pay your premiums. With digitization, the click of a few buttons brings everything to your fingertips through downloading an app or logging in to a website. Transacting online has become the norm today for most people. The Insurance sector, in particular, has benefited from this dramatic shift to