Monthly Archives: May 2009

Twitter: Let Me Say This About That (in 140 characters or less)

22nd
May. × ’09

Tweet Do I see the benefit of Tweets/Twits/Twittering/Whatever from a marketing perspective? Absolutely.  Am I benefiting directly from my Tweets?  Nope.  Do I think there are people with interesting advice for using Twitter?  Yep.  Do I believe the results are in yet?  Stay tuned on that one.  Meantime, for all you curmudgeons, here’s a video […]

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What’ an Insurance Agent to Blog?

21st
May. × ’09

Gotta have a blog! Gotta get your insurance agency on Facebook! Start Tweeting! But what do you blog? What goes on Facebook, and don’t even get me started on Twitter…

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Hate Customer Controlled Reviews? Maybe it’s Time to Get Over It

18th
May. × ’09

Tweet A lot of insurnce agencies I talk to are uneasy about customer reviews that might show up on the public web. The fact is, most business owners are nervous about losing control over customer commentary, but I tend to talk mostly to insurance agents. The local search components of all the major search engines […]

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Scarcity vs. ‘You Could Save 15% or More on Your Insurance’

8th
May. × ’09

Tweet Please take the time to read to the end and answer our poll question.  I’ll share the results in this blog.  If you would like to know when they are available, you can follow me on Twitter – @cfluent; or you can subscribe to the RSS feed to this blog.  Or just check back […]

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