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By Jems

Insurance industry is easy to enter, difficult to work for and even more difficult to leave because of the returns one can get as an agent. This might seem a bit over-highlighted fact, but remains all same, a fact. So, losing focus on how to reach more potential prospects is not going to help. Time is to get ready to have some tips to work out Internet as the best resource. It can get you many and far better opportunities than provided by any other option available in that scope.

Let us talk about final expense policy in particular and how agents can start getting the best of web when... Read More

In such an age and time, social media marketing plays an important and strategic role towards increasing the audience behavior towards brands thus increasing their sales or engagement. ROI is an important term for today’s brands, and this could be in terms of sales, visits or engagement. ROI is the main reason why social media marketing is so prevalent in today’s time and age. When do you get the audience’s attention diverted to your brand? When you follow the right timing and the perfect strategy to ensure higher reach and better frequency! Online marketing is very similar to its offline counterpart,... Read More

Cyprus is a small country that is enlisted in the European Union. The turmoil of the euro zone crisis has been in action since long and the latest effects have hit Cyprus real bad and are as if targeted the country. It was basically a crisis that affected the banking business of the country. Last week a bailout of 10bn Euros had been agreed by the IMF and the EU for the curing of the economy. The bailout deal of the country with the IMF and EU has brought many other small economy countries into light. It received €10 billion as the bailout amount on last Monday to combat the present... Read More

By Jems

As an insurance policy marketer, final expense has the power to compels one to ponder over ways the civilization has evolved; and why is has become very important for someone to plan it for himself before meeting the God Almighty.

There had been an era when people used to barter their things as per their necessities and never complained for the things that used to fall short. This was the only transaction activity they engaged into.

It was a time when even the word finance didn’t exist. And most people today wonder how people even thought of living like that leave alone actually... Read More

Since the beginning of 2012, the U.S. housing market has been considered one of the bright spots in an otherwise uneven economic environment. Between 2007 and the end of 2011, the U.S. housing market fell 33%—since then, it has rebounded, climbing roughly 22%.

While the rebound in U.S. housing has been robust, it’s still 18% below the 2007 pre-housing bubble market crash high, meaning there’s still plenty of room for growth. Unfortunately, the so-called silver lining around the U.S. housing market is starting to thin—or rather, some are finally starting to recognize there is a... Read More

Problems in the Canadian economy are growing and whispers of an economic slowdown are looming in the air. If an economic slowdown does occur, the Canadian dollar will be the primary victim—and investors can profit heavily from this scenario.

The central bank of the country isn’t very optimistic about the growth. Commenting on the country’s first-quarter growth, the governor of the Bank of Canada, Stephen Poloz, said, “What we have seen is that the numbers in the first quarter have been a little shy of what we were expecting.” He added, “It’s easy to point to the weather as a qualitative... Read More

The Port of Los Angeles, like many other ports worldwide, has a problem: near-empty cargo ships carrying just 20 to 25 percent of their potential cargo load. To combat the issue, they decided to take steps to help more companies take advantage of available shipping space. One initiative was to offer discounted rates for small-to-medium businesses, so they could afford to ship all over the world. According to Jim MacLellan, the Port’s director of trade development, “If we can fill up those ships going out, we can do a lot to address high unemployment in our area.” The reason is that empty or... Read More

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