I wish it wasn’t true. I wish I could tell you that you’re doing everything right in your marketing efforts and that your revenue is destined to keep on climbing year after year because you’ve become the marketing legend of your own era.
Unfortunately, if you’re reading this, you know something isn’t working with your inbound marketing efforts. Perhaps your site traffic is slow, or your visitors aren’t converting, or your social media accounts are a wasteland of unseen posts.
Whatever the case, let’s cover some of the most common inbound mistakes you might be making – and what you can do about getting things right.
Whether your insurance business is new or old, it’s not too late to jump on the social media marketing train. In fact, this strategy for marketing can prove to be a solid investment of both your time and resources. If you have already joined a social media platform, maybe you’re wondering if it’s the right choice for your agency, if there are others that you should be joining and whether you’re promoting yourself in the right way. We’re here to help you! Here are 3 quick social media tips for insurance agencies.
With our Best of PiMA award arriving this past week, (for our work on behalf of the Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust with our friends at Bodden Partners) it’s an appropriate time to reflect on and share the insights we’ve learned over the past year. As we continue to work extensively with association insurance marketing, we’ve developed and refined our Inbound Marketing strategy so we can leverage the unique challenges and opportunities that affinity marketing entails. Here are the top four lessons we’ve learned on our way to winning ‘Best of PIMA’ from the Professional Insurance Marketing Association this year.
As a business owner or manager, you keep a close eye on your marketing budget, and are very aware of when things aren’t going the way they should. If, some time ago, you invested in HubSpot marketing software, and you aren’t feeling the love, is it time to cut the cord?
You’re likely feeling frustrated and are ready to quit using HubSpot – but first, we’d like to say that HubSpot may not be the problem. Like any good tool, to be effective, it must be used for its intended purpose, and with skill. So before you decide to ditch the marketing software, take a moment and analyze the situation.