Low cost or free marketing and lead generating ideas?

May 20, 2019

  1. AZDave
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    I agree - door magnets get attention.

    I had door magnets on my car and use to live 60 miles from my office, majority of them freeway miles. 75 speed limit to me = 84. Get to the office one day and got a call from a little old lady insured of mine. She just could not believe that her trusted insurance agent went over the speed limit! Walked outside to my car, ripped them off and threw them away. Wrong type of attention for me!
     
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    I helped build a State Farm office a while back. We got a voicemail one time from an angry woman who we apparently had cut off.
     
  3. James Nsereko
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    I can help you, I run a lead generation call center with experienced solid appointments setters from the Philippines. They are expert on getting all types of insurance. Yes you might think about language barrier but my agents are exceptional and speak very good English with neutral to american accent. I can send you samples of all their recordings. All our appointments are backed up with recordings to ensure quality and commitment.
     
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    I got leads from my feather flag outside the road. I got at least 2-3 per month of walk in cause of flags. Craiglist, 5miles, umm other small cheap stuff. You need to do a lot of cold calls.
     
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    Quick question. If you have a car magnet, don't you need commercial auto? Or that depends on the insurance company.
     
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    If the car is owned by a business and used by a business, then yes it needs Commercial Auto. The type of insurance needed for a vehicle isn't based on its appearance.

    For the sake of argument, you could put a magnet on your spouse's car or your neighbor's car. Doesn't make it a commercial auto.
     
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    Amazing thread, hope the company goes smooth sailing
     
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