Whether you’re selling over the phone or in person, these insurance sales tactics are tried and true. Become a trusted resource and close the deal on the prospect’s schedule, not on yours.
As an independent insurance agent, your days are spent juggling meetings, managing paperwork, and networking. Chances are, you do a lot of this on the fly due to business travel and the irregular hours that come with being an independent agent.
Research shows that people prefer working with independent insurance agents and agencies because:
- They’re local
- They appear more trustworthy
- They help save money
- They’re more personal
- They offer more flexible options
THE BASICS: PART A & PART B DRUG COVERAGE
Part A: Hospital
Part A is the most basic tier of Medicare and covers certain hospitalization expenses, including drugs administered only during covered hospital stays.
Part B: Medical
Medicare Part B covers some of the expenses of preventative and outpatient care not covered under Part A. While Part B will help cover drugs deemed medically necessary by a physician for a patient’s treatment, drug costs are applied to the policy holder’s deductible before Medicare pays its portion of any drug expenses.
So, you’ve figured out how to generate leads and connect with people, but how do you move leads down the funnel and encourage people to buy from you? Here are some tips!
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Between juggling budgets, staying on top of recent industry changes, marketing and networking, and managing your current leads, do you have time to deal with carrier contracts, inefficient quoting systems, staying current with the latest product offerings, sourcing leads, and insufficient commissions? Of course you don’t, which is why Savers Marketing solely focuses on supporting independent insurance agents by providing those services to our contracted agents. We’ll streamline the processes behind the scenes so you can do what you do best: sell the right insurance products to the people who need it.