BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 18, 2016 Agent Review, a free online platform offered in 70+ languages to connect consumers with unbiased insurance education and credible agents, announced today that it continues to attract industry investors, prior to its Series A investment round planned for this fall.
Agent Review is hosting a webinar that is providing free training as well as a complimentary copy of a consumer guide to support your sales and lead generation. At Agent Review, we know that seniors want to be well informed and remain financially independent. That is why we have partnered with Chris Orestis to offer, “A Survival Guide to Aging” which offers several tools to help seniors accomplish this goal. It is designed to be a valuable marketing tool for agents like you.
Register here to reserve your place in the free training webinar as well as your copy of the guide. The training will teach you how to position, market, and grow your brand with this valuable marketing product.
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.”
If you’re an agent who writes Medicare Supplements, you might want to lift your head up and survey the landscape.
Some fairly major changes are looming as elderlawanswers.com points out here: http://www.elderlawanswers.com/congress-schedules-end-to-insurance-coverage-of-medicare-part-b-deductible-15094 and it’s going to in all likelihood affect your clients.
Is Disability Insurance part of your product portfolio?
If not, you might want to ask yourself why.
Disability Insurance Awareness Month begins on May 1 and as you can expect, it’s now everywhere. So ask yourself why you don’t have it (I’m betting you don’t) and why you’re not more versed about the product so you can help more clients.
The Friday Frenzy was called on account of rain. So, today we have the Saturday Sit Down.
Without further fuss, here it is…