How much would you love to put your marketing on autopilot and partner with realtors and lenders everywhere? How much would you love to be able to mark “follow up” off of your to do list? As an insurance agent, your time is very valuable and whatever you can do to free up your schedule throughout the week to meet with new clients is essential. What if you didn’t have to worry about following up with your potential clients every week, and there was a program that could do it for you?
At RECAMP we completely automate your referral process, whether you are trying to get new clients or you are partnering with realtors and lenders, we do it for you.
There are a lot of methods that agents use to do their insurance marketing, but I am not sure this one is common, even though it works. All of our clients tell us they they can’t believe that they actually found a program that works without ever having to lift a finger. Once you sign up with us, our system automatically generates 5 years worth of cards to send to your clients up to 8 times per year, AND we hand-sign your name in each card that goes out. How easy is that? Once your cards go out, it gives you the perfect reason to pick up the phone, call them, and let them know that you are looking to work with them. Our program turns cold leads into hot ones.
Insurance marketing can be tricky, there are a lot of different ways to go about it, however it doesn’t have to be as hard as some make it. Have you ever heard of the 3 legged stool marketing hack? It states that you should have at least 3 methods of marketing going at all times, so that if one fails, it has the other two legs to lean on. Some of our agent use cold calling, our program, and signage. Other clients use email campaigns, our program, and radio ads. One of our clients said that “every new client that I get says that they heard me on the radio and then received one of my cards in the mail!” That is the perfect example of how a 3 legged stool should look. Not only does it have another method to stand on if one fails, but sometimes they work together.