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3 Lead Generation Tips to acquire Qualified Insurance Leads
Home Business Marketing & Advertising
By: Austin Stevens Email Article
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The most important objective of an insurance agent is acquiring qualified insurance leads. Gathering knowledge about your insurance products and a good sell speech wont work and the fact is you cant just survive without leads. You also need to remember, there are hundreds of insurance agents will compete with you for the same leads unless those are exclusive ones. It is very important to reach these prospects before your competitors find them.

There are several techniques available for finding insurance leads. The best method for finding insurance leads may vary from agents to agents. There are several factors that will affect your preferences based on your niche market, competition level, sales experience, and your target niche. Here are the top 3 proven techniques for acquiring qualified insurance leads:

Insurance Lead Generation Technique #1: Purchase a List

Sometime, purchasing leads from a trust-able provider like Leadscampus will save your time easily. You buy a subscription, and the lead generation company will do the job for you. But before buying leads from any provider, be sure to

Check their terms & conditions. Sometimes leads providers may ask you to sign a long-term contract with them, so check the terms & conditions carefully before subscribing.

Find out if they can provide exclusive leads. With shared leads you will get thousands of insurance agents calling the same number for sale. Exclusive lead will cost you a few more bucks, but it will eliminate the competition.

Check their refund or replacement policy. Most of the lead providers offer some sort of refund/replacements for bad leads, so avoid the ones that don't.

Insurance Lead Generation Technique #2: Request for Referrals

Collecting referral is one of the best lead generation techniques in the insurance industry. Though it is a bit harder when you are new in this industry and you have a small client list. You should start to ask referrals from your own people who already trust you, such as



Family Members.


Insurance Lead Generation Technique #3: Get a Better Website

You will need a clean and professional website to win trust from your visitors to get a callback or quote requests online. Nowadays, its very easy and cheap to build an eye-catching website for your business online within an hour. You can use Wix or Justsitebuilder to prepare your website within an hour.

Other than the above methods there is another method that is very effective to collect local insurance leads Insurance Leads Generation over Social Media. Using this method, you can easily target exclusive insurance leads for your business from Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. We will cover this method in our next article.

Austin Stevens Blogger, Leadscampus LLC

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I am using Leadscampus for a while now and their exclusive website design leads are amazing.

Thank you
November 22, 2019 05:43:49
Rex Nance Says
I agreed to try their lead services and I have in an email from them offering a 30 day money-back guarantee if I was not satisfied with the leads. I was not at all pleased with the leads I received, over 90% had the bad numbers and/or email addresses. I have sent 9 consecutive daily emails as of today 01/13/2020 requesting my refund with zero response from Akash Roy. Which I find awkward, because when I was thinking of trying out their services, he would answer all of my emails within minutes. I have copies of all emails sent and even have them tracked showing they opened the emails, but did not respond to my refund request.

I would advise to stay away from this "company" unless you like tossing money out the window. Beware, he operates several other online entities, Google can be your friend!!
January 13, 2020 17:08:40
Scott Erickson Says

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