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…
February 26th, 2017Posted by Aaron in leads
Our friends at Agent Review have recently launched a personalized guide builder to help you create content you can use to establish trust and generate leads.
Here’s what they say about it:
The Agent Review Personalized Guide Generator supports lead generation and brands you as an expert in multiple lines of insurance. This feature is available to all paid subscribers of Agent Review and allows consumers to select and download guides that automatically con…
January 30th, 2017Posted by Aaron in leads, landing pages, conversion rate
Are you getting traffic to your insurance website but aren’t seeing the leads you’d hoped for? There are a number of reasons why this might be happening. Just to name a few - it could be customers looking for your phone number, prospects “checking up on you” before or after a meeting, existing customers reading your blog… But it also might be a problem with your site’s con…
September 13th, 2016Posted by Dvora in Insurance Websites, Leads
Getting leads for your insurance business is critical. Building a solid email list organically is one of the best things you can do reinforce your relationship with your clients and prospects. And, one of the best ways to build your email list is through your insurance website.
Why is this email list so important? Because once you have this email list you can send regular …
April 14th, 2016Posted by Aaron in social networks, leads
The big social networks are an absolute gold mine of prospects for the modern insurance agent. No matter what market you focus on, they are active on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. And, they are waiting for a reason to come to your site, give you their information, and talk to you about insurance. You just have to know how to get them to act. Before I show you the solution, let’s take a closer look at the problem.
March 17th, 2016Posted by Aaron in insurance websites, leads
Let’s pretend you lost your headphones and want to replace them. You walk into a store with cash in hand. But rather than help you make your purchase and then get you on your way, the sales people make you wait…for an hour, or a day, or even longer. No matter how cheerfully they tell you “Thank you for visiting our store, we will do our best to respond to you within 24-48 hours!”, it’s not going to cut it. That store would lose…
November 25th, 2015Posted by Dvora in leads, email
Your new insurance website is live and people are visiting your site. On each page of your site, prospects have the opportunity to email you with their contact information, a question or a request. This might be an existing customer, a prospect you’ve been talking with, or a new insurance lead. When you get this email do you: