It’s a major Red Flag when a policyholder is, or shows signs of being a potential high risk or unreliable driver. Drivers who are irresponsible and purposely get into frequent trouble are not suitable for your agency. Dangerous drivers come with all sorts of liability issues. It’s important to take proper action with high risk drivers before serious problems arise and cause your agency to be negatively affected. Below is a list of 7 “sins” to look out for as an auto insurance agent.
It’s 2017. Conceivably, a great ever-growing number of objects in everyday life are connected to the internet. It’s no surprise then that a good deal of business is done online: business transactions and marketing efforts are abundant in the world-wide web. The ubiquitous internet, which is becoming more and more unavoidable for consumers everywhere, offers businesses of all kinds the opportunity to profit financially from web availability. Owning a professionally designed website has become standard for any general business, and since there is a great dependency on mobile devices among customers, it must be fully supported on the wide range of existing platforms and devices in order to maintain a relevant website usability. This is unexceptionally the case for auto insurance agencies.
One of the most persistent problems of many business owners, is the ability to drive traffic to their website. Even some of the best designed websites have trouble getting traffic. Sooner or later they’re left to ask themselves “why” and “how can I fix this”. Whether you’re a business owner or blogger, I am here to tell you, there is a solution to this madness with five easy ways to increase website traffic.