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Why I Believe In Insurance Agents

  in  For Clients  •  Tuesday, April 3, 2012 6:00 AM

"Years ago, my dad was killed in a car accident. Without the insurance, I'm sure my mom would've lost her home. She had an agent that watched out for what matters most. I just don't think people should buy insurance like they're ordering pizza. Not if they really care about their family or business - or whatever they really want to protect." 

Michael Jans - husband, father, small business owner

The Belief Project™

This is the first in a series of 12 posters about why I believe in insurance agents and why Agency Revolution is so dedicated to helping agents be the most successful agents possible. Our mega-competitors seem fond of using cartoons and caricatures to sell insurance, which demeans the importance of what you offer.

You matter. You are important to your clients. Never underestimate what it means to us that you're "there when it counts". These posters are a real, human way to reach out to your clients (who may think you're only as good as your last price quote) and show them you care and you perform a vital service to our communities and our culture.

Free To Use By Non-Members

Normally, the poster is only available to Quantum Club Members. But I think The Belief Project™ is important.

That's why I've decided to extend a royalty free license of the poster shown above to non-members and readers of this blog.

All you have to do is download the poster at the link below - included is a fairly liberal license agreement and a special report: "12 Ways To Use The Belief Project™ Posters In Your Marketing"- and begin to use it in your marketing efforts to begin a new discussion in a new way.

This is a limited-time offer, so please download today.

Step 1: Click Here to Download Your Free Gift (Zip File)

Step 2: Share this post with your Facebook friends (below) ... Ask them to Share it with their friends

Step 3: Please let me know how you will use Belief Project™ Poster in the comments section below. Can you think of other ways we may have missed? I'd love to hear your ideas here.

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