Norvax AutoResponder...

Sep 29, 2008

  1. CHUMPS FROM OXFORD
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    Is it a must have? For those of you that have it...is it invaluable?



    Just curios since I never added that feature, but I'm considering it.






















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    My AR with Quotit is paying off. Wrote 2 cases this month due to the AR and I have only been using it for 3 months.
     
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    Bob...I know I asked you before...but please refresh my memory.

    Assuming you have a lead that you know the contact info is correct. But you can't seem to reach of them for a few weeks after receiving the lead.

    How often do you contact them, and what type of contact? Your newsletter or a separate series of emails?

    Thanks.
     
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    It's worth it.
     
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    Ed -

    My AR is set to send out an email on day 2, 5, 8, 10, 14, 30 & 90.

    Different emails giving mostly general info. Just gentle reminders.

    I also put folks in my Constant Contact database and they get my newsletter every 3 weeks.

    When folks opt out, either of the newsletter or the AR I drop them from my list. I also kill those with bum emails or bum phone numbers.

    A guy called today from a newsletter he had saved from back in June. I originally talked to him a year ago. He had already bought from BX but was just checking against other plans. I had something better but not enough to get his attention.

    We are now in the process of finding a plan to replace his Blue plan in November.

    Wrote 2 apps last week. Both leads from the spring. Both get my newsletter and AR. I had not been able to talk to either of them in the spring but they contacted me.

    Drip marketing works if you let it.

    My AR cost me $30 per month. For a buck a day I have someone sending out emails to client from a few days to a few months back.
     
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    It is a must have why buy it w/o the auto responder?

    It serves two purposes...

    1. Tells you who IS interested.

    2. Tells you who IS NOT interested so you can quit wasting time on a dead lead (not literally dead).

    Worth every penny.
     
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    I also use it and write at least 1 a month from the drip campaign.

    It allows you to manage 15 different letters that can sent to a email address up to 25 times... I spread mine out over the course of a full year.

    Certainly worth the $30 a month it costs... and provides me with a sense that at least I'm staying in front of prospects.... with very little, if any effort on my part.

    Like Somarco, I cull out the bad addresses.... but have yet to incorporate Constant Contact and a newsletter approach, but it's on the "to-do" list.
     
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    $30 sounds like a good deal. Norvax charges $50 and a $200 setup fee.
     
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    Yeah, but their overcharge is offset by those free, quality PZ leads . . .

    The ROI on the AR is fantastic. Can't believe I didn't realize the value earlier. I was focused more on the additional $30 than the potential return.

    Sometimes I am a bit slow to catch on . . .
     
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    After reading these post, it justifies me leaving the Insurance Buisness, No Future, and I dont want to be 60 years old worrying about some bogus lead company, or chasing down some lame duck prospect with an email. Honestly just not much of a future in Health sales and damn sure a oversatuated market.
     
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