A recent study suggests that a considerable number of auto insurance leads can be had based on the overall experience customers have when perusing insurers’ websites.
If agents haven’t seen an overall uptick in life insurance lead activity, they should shortly, as a recent report indicates application volume rose last month.
In the latest indication that health insurance leads aren’t hard to come by, a recent poll suggests that many Americans who have been ill for an extended period of time are concerned about their medical care costs and obtaining the proper coverage.
As more agents turn to internet leads to help improve their sales goals – a dramatic change for the insurance practice compared to how leads used to be gathered – the industry is transforming in a separate but related way as well.
After a successful launch of a discount program that many agents were able to take advantage of, Precise Leads is bringing back the ever-popular Progressive Savings program so insurance professionals can not only get the insurance leads they need but at a reduced price.
A recent survey indicates that a considerable number of life insurance leads have yet to be reached out to.
Leads for insurance agents that are health related tend to be easy to find, as just about everyone needs to have health coverage. But a life insurance lead can be harder to come by, as many Americans are under the assumption that buying a plan is too expensive.
Competition among agents in securing the best auto and home insurance leads may soon pick up, as one of the country’s leading insurers is looking to expand its employee base.
For families covered through an employer-sponsored plan, their average cost of care will be in excess of $20,700 this year.
While there’s no chance of auto insurance leads drying up any time soon, researchers say that if the enhanced safety systems of today’s vehicles continue to improve, it may change the overall price of premiums for policyholders.