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anonymous in • Tuesday, August 10, 2010 5:00 PM •
Well, they can be. Presenting:
5 simple steps to convert more internet leads:
1. Email marketing via ZipDrip™ www.zipdrip.com. Once you sign up for ZipDrip you will find an email sequence titled “Internet Lead Follow-up”. It contains 4 URGENT and PERSUASIVE messages designed to convince the lead to call you and/or take time out of their busy schedule to deal with you. Followed by an email at day 30 to attempt reactivation of the internet lead (I’ll talk more about this in step 5). I caught up with one ZipDrip user who had recently started using this sequence with his internet leads. He has tracked an upward trend from 10% conversion to nearly 20%, not too shabby. As a side note, I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the growing content in ZipDrip™. We add 1-2 sequences and/or messages to ZipDrip™ each month. Most recently we added a LIFE INSURANCE cross-sell sequence and some individual referral generating emails.
anonymous in • Monday, August 9, 2010 5:00 PM •
Thousands of businesses are taking advantage of the power of video in their marketing. it only makes sense, a video can receive hundreds of views in only 60 minutes. Even with the opportunity to reach hundreds of viewers very few insurance agencies have taken the leap into video marketing. Why?
Well because they don't have time of course or don't know how to. Problem is your competitors do have time; time to take advantage of every last trick and tactic to steal your clients and prospects. Even one video a month would be better than nothing. We make time to do one video blog a week and it's worth it because we engage prospects, clients and suspects alike.
How can you get started?
1. Buy a video recording device "Flip Video's" are cheap starting at $100, or just get a web cam.
2. Record a 3-4 minute video on the top 5 reasons to do business with you. See a sample HERE from fellow P&C Agent Claudia McClain. yes its a bit more fancy but you ge ...
anonymous in • Sunday, August 8, 2010 5:00 PM •