Does anyone else read Agent Sales Journal?

Nov 12, 2007

  1. gradyinsurance
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    I requested a free subscription to ASJ a few months back, and it has been really informative to me. I have contacted a lot of the advertisers, and it is how I found my IMO. I was wondering did anyone else get it, and what they thought of it?

    Dave.
     
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    I get it.

    I read it.

    I find it moderately useful. Both the articles and the ads.

    Best of all it is free.
     
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  3. senior-advisor-indiana
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    I like ASJ and SMA.
     
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    I like the sales journal better than most of the benefit magazines I receive; benefits selling, life insurance selling, senior advisor etc.
     
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    Agreed. Just have to watch out for the Brian kay and dennis tubbergen crap.
     
    Mr. Bill, Nov 12, 2007
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    I get that and SMA, and Life Insurance Selling.

    Get some good tid-bits here and there. The price is right.

    I get Emails from Brian Kay all the time about web meetings. What is he selling?
     
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    Brian Kay is the CA$H College Funding crap. Basically it's a shell operation for an FMO (Tim Austin, Pamela Yellen, Jeff Paul) to sell life/annuities, all kinds of stuff. Brian sells the "system", then refers over to Tim to sign up for the FMO (tim's the guy who has sold something like $743,000 every year for the last 6 years, don't know why the numbers don't change) and then there's another affiliation with a college funding service center.

    Pamela Yellin is into the Infinite Banking Concept....
     
    Mr. Bill, Nov 13, 2007
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    I used to read it. I picket up some great ideas. I found it to be much more interesting then most of the crap published for insurance brokers like "brokers world" ( a lot of great useless content), read it if you wish you could sell insurance.
     
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    Yes.:)
     
    arnguy, Nov 23, 2007
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    speaking of dennis tubbergen, i went to one of his meetings and he had a good idea but he wanted $50,000 to join his marketing concept and then $297 a month there after. He also wanted 40% of all sales you made with his concept.
     
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