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“I’m a small business, so why do I need a brand?”
Business and marketing experts urge small business owners to “brand” their businesses with a logo and a set of consistent marketing materials. You may not be convinced that you need a brand as an independent insurance agent, but let’s look at branding in a different way. What if you were to replace the word “branding” with “reputation”? There’s no doubt that you do care about your reputation!
I have been contacted recently by many agents regarding how they can best present their services in contrast to those offered by captive agencies. What follows is a hypothetical introduction I would make to a new client regarding the benefits of working with an independent insurance agent.
“Hello and good afternoon, my name is ___________ and I am an independent insurance agent. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and speak with you briefly about your current insurance and your potential future insurance needs.
Whether your book of business consists primarily of Health, P & C, or Life Insurance; the highest cost associated with your business is client acquisition. You can measure this in time or money, but the equation is the same. Existing clients are always the best leads, but they are finite. So what is the lowest interest threshold to reaching potential clients within your community? Is there some product/service that people are interested in that doesn’t require the scrutiny or forethought typically associated with purchasing health insurance?