One of the most important elements of inbound insurance marketing is the assessment of what worked, what didn’t and which combination of activities generate the greatest return on investment. However, knowing which numbers to evaluate is tough. In many cases, it’s easy to study the “trees” while you ignore the insurance marketing “forest.”
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A little over a year ago I began my career as an insurance agent.
Let's make it official: Trademarks, job titles and proper nouns
Recently on the Insurance Marketers’ Blog, we’ve discussed offers. As such, you now know that top-of-funnel offers (like free reports and checklists) are used for getting acquainted at the start of the buying cycle. Conversely, bottom-of-funnel offers (like complimentary quotes or assessments) work best toward the end of the buying cycle when the prospect is making a final decision.
A little dash of hyphens: how small mistakes can add up to lost sales
As technology grows and becomes the center of how we live and work, it should come as no surprise that how we write and use technology continues to evolve. That's right, English is an evolving language. New words are added to the dictionary every year. Today, who doesn't know what LOL means?
Testimonials are a great way to promote your insurance business. Testimonials provide proof that your business can deliver a positive experience. However, care must be taken to use good, quality testimonials that are not too light … or too dark. John Forde puts testimonials into perspective with this article from his free weekly newsletter “The Copywriters Roundtable.” And here it is for your insurance marketing enlightenment …
What did you do to celebrate National Grammar Day on March 4? If the day passed you by unnoticed, don't worry, there are still plenty of ways to honor good grammar. Now is the perfect time to do a little spring cleaning. Scrutinize your website, your letterhead and your fliers for common spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. Is the text easy to read? Does the copy flow well? Is there anything that can be cut or rearranged for better understanding?