Insurance Agent Directory And Consumer Education Platform, Agent Review, Now Features Information On Final Expense Insurance and Certified Final Expense Advisors (CFEA)
BELLEVUE, Wash., May 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Agent Review (https://agentreview.net), the nation’s only online platform that features information on different types of insurance, why and when one might need them and provides the ability for consumers to search and review local agents today announced the addition of Final Expense Insurance to its Learn About Insurance section. “Our goal is to empower consumers with creditable insurance information and credible agents,” said Jonas Roeser, Agent Review Co-Founder and CEO. Roeser added, “We are very pleased to announce the addition of Final Expense to our education section and the ability for consumers to search for a Certified Final Expense Advisor (CFEA) on our platform.”
What are your tips for asking clients to leave a review on your profile? I have learned after 31 years in the insurance business that in order to get referrals, reviews and recommendations, you need to ask not once but every time you have a contact with one of your customers. The old saying, “ask and you shall receive.”
The free online platform seeks to position itself as the “Yelp of Insurance”
Earlier this year, Agency Checklists reported on the launch of Agent Review, a new free platform aiming to be the “Yelp for Insurance.” This month, the free online platform made two new announcements boding well for the future of the site in 2016.
A Washington State startup has built a business based on two key principles: Insurance isn’t simple and agents do matter.
In a world that is becoming increasingly global, local connections are more coveted than ever before. Consumers want to shop local. They want to eat local. They want to invest in products and services that are part of their local community.
BELLEVUE, Wash. – Agent Review, a new company calling itself the “Yelp for insurance,” is raising funds to develop an online platform that gives agents “visibility and credibility,” according to the company’s chief executive officer.
A new series that is characterizing itself as “Yelp” for insurance agents announced this week that it has closed its seed funding round and will begin fundraising for its Series A investment this month.
There has been a lot of frustration in the insurance industry from both those who sell it and those who need it. Both camps are suffering financially, and both can do better if they get together on vital insurance protection, but they just can’t seem to hook up without jumping through hoops. In an era of hyper-information and instant communication, this disconnect may seem crazy, but it’s real. In a time of chaotic change, an online meetup service would be valuable to agents and consumers alike to repair that agent/client relationship and put the personal touch back into insurance.