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CRM Built for Insurance: How AgentCubed is Key to Your Success

CRM is critical to the success of your organization. Agencies can choose between an industry-specific solution, building a proprietary system, or using a well-known system like Salesforce. Since all of these options require time and resources, it’s vital to make your decision based on the return on investment the CRM solution will provide. AgentCubed offers […]

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4 Tips to Stay Compliant During AEP

As the annual election period (AEP) continues, it’s imperative the regulations established by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for 2017 are thoroughly understood. After all, your bottom line is meaningless if it’s not compliant. Below are four essential components to remember during AEP. Consent to Contact (C2C) CMS regulations prohibit agents from […]

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How to Avoid Cold-Call Pitfalls and Increase Close Rates

Many agents start their careers with a phone and an empty desk—smiling and dialing their way through a list of cold-call contacts. How many times have you or one of your staff members spent hours cold-calling, only to be rejected by consumers who may legitimately benefit from your insurance products and services? The experience can […]

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3 Digital Marketing Tactics to Maximize Open Enrollment for Insurance Agencies

Open enrollment is the most hectic time of the year for health insurance agents. So how does one cut through the noise and efficiently market their brand to shore up sales during this period? Below are three digital marketing tactics aimed at reaching more prospective clients and increasing your sales throughout open enrollment and beyond. […]

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The Healthcare Exodus – Are You Ready?

In April, UnitedHealthcare announced its plan to exit 26 of its 34 healthcare exchanges beginning in 2017. To many, this didn’t come as a surprise, as the insurer had been warning since late last year that the exchanges were a risky investment. (To date, Aetna, the nation’s third-largest health insurance provider, Humana, the fifth largest […]

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