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CRM Built for Insurance: How AgentCubed is Key to Your Success

CRM is critical to the success of your organization. Agencies can choose between an industry-specific solution, building a proprietary system, or using a well-known system like Salesforce. Since all of these options require time and resources, it’s vital to make your decision based on the return on investment the CRM solution will provide. AgentCubed offers […]

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Bracing Ourselves for 2017: An outlook on insurance market trends

As a new president soon takes office, the healthcare industry continues to speculate on what is to come in 2017. Media outlets have been buzzing with predictions on the transition from Obamacare to Trumpcare, debating what new leadership will mean for existing legislation. With 2016 behind us, here is my opinion on what to expect […]

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3 Digital Marketing Tactics Your Insurance Agency Hasn’t Considered

For marketing campaigns to be successful, insurance agencies need to employ targeted tactics for attracting viable leads. Traditional marketing can be hugely expensive and too broad-reaching to engage the right prospects. Social media activity without strategy can feel like wasted efforts with no return. Understandably, your message can easily get lost in the shuffle of […]

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How to Optimize Your Insurance Agency Website for Lead Conversion

Are you getting the most out of your agency’s website? Your website can be a powerful marketing investment to attract prospects and generate leads, but it can also represent sunk costs if prospects can’t find you or don’t know how to interact with you. To optimize your website’s impact, follow these steps to improve lead […]

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Why Health Agencies are Pivoting to Medicare

Over the past four years, the insurance industry has undergone major shifts from the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Insurance carriers—like Aetna and UnitedHealth Group—are opting out of the ACA marketplace in a number of states, citing financial losses. Younger demographics—who typically use less healthcare services than older patients—are choosing to risk paying out-of-pocket expenses versus […]

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