The pandemic dialed up selling insurance over the phone, and you might be wondering what’s the best way to take part.
Independent vs. captive, MGA vs. GA, field vs. call center… there are different ways you can pursue being an insurance agent, and we can help you decide the best fit for you. ⟶
You have to be “ready-to-sell” with carriers before the Annual Enrollment Period if you want to sell Medicare products for the upcoming plan year, but what does it mean to be “ready-to-sell” Medicare plans? Read More
There are two types of insurance agents: the memorable ones who get calls from prospects looking for assistance and the easily forgotten who prospects never call back.
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Anyone in the Medicare industry is familiar with the rush to prepare for the Annual Enrollment Period. What if you could take care of a key sales task during the lock-in period, before AEP ramps up? Read More
Register today and get our Mastering Medicare Sales eBook Series for FREE! Plus, you’ll have exclusive access to much more: Our full portfolio of competitive contracts, Industry-leading CRM, quoting, and enrollment … Read More
As an agent in the insurance market, what’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word annuities?
It could be anything from feelings of bewilderment or disdain to the opinion of, “they’re an essential product in my … Read More
For the seventh year running, CMS has increased the maximum broker commissions for both Medicare Advantage and Part D initial enrollments and continued the growth of maximum Medicare broker commissions for 2022 renewals. Read More
In a world where social distancing has become the norm, we’ve all turned to social media to stay connected with others. Why not advertise Medicare on social media and grow your insurance business digitally? Read More
If you’re considering selling dental, vision, and hearing (DVH) plans, where would you find leads? You might be surprised to learn that your DVH prospects could already be in your Medicare book of business! Read More
As an agent, you want to make sure your clients are getting the most out of their coverage. This means informing them of all the benefits their plans offer.
For instance, many carriers have plans that offer unique and value-added … Read More
Although many agents and insurers market Medicare toward senior citizens, they aren’t the only people covered by this government program. In fact, more than eight million Medicare recipients are under the age of 65. Read More
The Complete Guide on How to Sell Prescription Drug Plans will teach you the ins and outs of the PDP market. Even if you already have PDPs in your portfolio, this eBook can take your sales to the next level. Read More
Your client base is in a different state, your country’s fighting a pandemic, or you just like working from home. Whatever the reason, you want to start running your insurance business remotely. Read More
Within the world of insurance there are fraternal benefit societies. If you’re not familiar with these groups, there are untapped benefits for you and your clients that go way beyond insurance coverage and commissions! Read More
If you have a client who enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan but wants to go (back) to Original Medicare, they may qualify for a Medicare Advantage trial right! This would allow them to update their coverage outside of the … Read More
A professional and effective business email takes some thought and care to construct. This is true across all industries — and even for insurance agents writing marketing or follow-up emails to their clients. Read More
In today’s ever-changing world, being adaptable is not only good for business, it’s a necessity.
As an insurance agent, you need this skill to keep up with the times and your clients’ unique needs. Read More