Sunday, January 8, 2012

Why Buying Insurance Leads May or May Not Work for You?
Even if the individual has requested information about insurance, there is no guarantee you will make a sale. Therefore, you have to be persistent to get strangers to come into your office. The insurance prospect may ask you to call him or her back, in order to set an appointment time. However, after three phone attempts, over the course of two to three weeks, you can probably give up on the insurance prospect.
Another risk of buying internet insurance leads is the fact that you cannot monitor how many sites that an insurance prospect has visited. This is a reason that some insurance agents prefer to purchase non-exclusive insurance leads. Why pay the exclusive price if you cannot be sure that the individual did not sign up at another website for the same information?

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