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Just Launched - Get More Leads with our Redesigned Quote Form Builder

July 10th, 2017Posted by Aaron in agentmethods, leads, quote forms

From lead capture, to quote requests, to customer support, quote forms are becoming a more and more important part of modern insurance websites. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to have a dynamic, customized website that supports your business. So we’re really excited to share the completely redesigned Quote Form Builder included in the AgentMethods insurance website builder. Creating custo…

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The Rule of Seven - How this old advertising adage helps you sell more insurance

February 28th, 2016Posted by Aaron in sales, social media, agentmethods

There’s an old adage in marketing that a prospect needs to hear your marketing message or get exposure to your brand seven times before they’re convinced to take action. In other words, repetition doesn’t just work, it’s a requirement.

This is why Geico spends more than $500 million annually, mostly to repeat their name and the phrase “15 minutes can save you 15%” (even if they often can’t save a dime). To get an idea of j…

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AgentMethods launches our Online Concierge Program

January 28th, 2016Posted by Dvora in agentmethods

Imagine having a team of online marketing experts at your fingertips.

What would that mean to your insurance sales?

It’s here — our Online Concierge service providing insurance agents and agencies with a consistent and affordable way to manage outbound digital marketing services. Through the Online Concierge service, AgentMethods completely manages an agent’s website, blog, social …

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2015 - A year in review

December 30th, 2015Posted by Dvora in agentmethods

It has been a busy year here at AgentMethods, so it’s hard to believe 2015 is almost over. It was a year filled with enhancements to our AgentMethods platform and a year for major growth. Most important, you played the biggest part, helping make this year such a successful one.

Here are just a few of the highlights from the past year:

Launched AgentMethods Social which enables you to:

Announcing AgentMethods Social - Social Media Management for Insurance Agents

March 9th, 2015Posted by AgentMethods in Social Media, AgentMethods, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn

We are very excited to announce the launch of AgentMethods Social, our new social media management platform built specifically for insurance agents. With AgentMethods Social, you can now easily manage your LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter updates directly from the AgentMethoods platform. Use it to generate leads and stay in touch with your networks. With integrated analytics, you also get instant feedback on what works. It takes a minute to set up and two clicks to use.

Here’s a…

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Update: Two New Features to Help With SEO: Sitemaps and Canonical Tags

August 26th, 2014Posted by akassover in Insurance Agent Websites, AgentMethods, Search Engine Optimization

We’re happy to announce that we’ve just updated your website with two new features that will help your site’s search engine optimization. Let’s take a quick look at these improvements.

Sitemap.xml File

Your site now automatically generates a sitemap.xml file. This file provides search engines indexing your site with a complete list of all of the pages on your site. This ensures th…

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Update: AgentMethods is More Beautiful Than Ever!

June 13th, 2014Posted by akassover in Insurance Agent Websites, AgentMethods

We’re excited to announce that this morning, we released a major update to the AgentMethods control panel. This update is a complete overhaul of the design with an emphasis on providing you with a cleaner, more refined, and more enjoyable experience when managing your site. We hope you like it!

As will all big updates, there might be a few bugs. If you come across any quirks or surprises please drop us an email to support@agentmethods.com.


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