Who is the most important person in an insurance agency? The client! Clients are the reason why we’re in this business; they deserve our gratitude.
And there’s plenty of ways to say thank you without breaking the bank. By following our tips and tricks, you’ll be able to keep that relationship with your client going strong, putting your agency in the best place to pick up any further work. And by showing gratitude, you’re also more likely to get a referral from your clients, creating a snowball to success.
Small Business Saturday is a vast movement that sees millions of Americans switching their attention away from the big chains and shopping local for a weekend. It’s also something insurance agents can tap into. Use this opportunity to connect with your current customer base and engage with new clients as the festive season begins.
Slips, falls, and accidents are incredibly common during the winter and aren’t necessarily due to negligence. However, if an accident happens on the job, it’s the workplace’s responsibility. That’s something employers want to avoid at all costs, even if they have comprehensive worker’s compensation insurance. If you want to be proactive in helping your clients prevent claims before they happen, please feel free to send them this list of wintertime safety tips for the workplace!
Are you currently looking for new insurance clients? Well, it’s time to get a birdie by going after country clubs! Where there is a golf course, there is often a country club. These are big businesses that employ dozens (or even hundreds) of workers, depending on their size. That means there is a real demand for comprehensive and affordable workers’ comp packages.
Referrals are one of the key ways we encourage our agents to reach new clients. Research shows that people are four times more likely to invest in a product or service when referred by a friend. In fact, 84% of consumers say they trust recommendations made by family, colleagues, and friends. So, how do you get these valuable referrals? We can help!
You (hopefully) have survived the crazy shortages, waiting outside of stores, found a comfortable mask and learned that hand sanitizer is not just for toddlers! You’ve hunkered down, homeschooled your children and tried to find a balance between keeping your business afloat and keeping your employees working and earning a paycheck. Now your state is moving to Phase Three. What is that?