Summer is here, which means it’s time to think about family vacations! (If you haven’t been thinking about them all year, that is.) The family part of family vacations, however, can make things a little complicated. You want to choose a destination that is fun for everyone, including the kids.
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for ways to maximize your time and get the most out of every day. In this fast-paced world, it can be difficult to find extra hours in the day to accomplish all that needs doing. Fortunately, technology has provided us with a solution:
The insurance industry is always looking for ways to improve customer service and reduce costs. Artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots have become increasingly popular in the insurance space as a way to do just that. AI chatbots are computer programs designed to simulate human conversation, allowing businesses to automate many customer-facing
Insurance agents are responsible for helping people protect their assets and plan for the future. But how do insurance agents get clients? It takes hard work, networking, and a commitment to providing excellent customer service. One of the best ways to find new clients is by building relationships with other
Content marketing is an invaluable tool for any insurance business looking to attract leads and convert customers. Blogging in particular allows you to connect with current and prospective clients while also improving your search engine rankings. But creating engaging content that resonates with readers can be a challenge – especially
Insurance is always competitive, but its digital transformation has brought additional demands. Agents must compete against comparison websites and InsurTech companies which sell directly to consumers. The advent of digital technology has also provided new avenues to increase your business’s book and increase revenue. Companies that integrate the latest technology
By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq. on April 10, 2023. The Virginia educator who was killed by a six-year-old child in the classroom is seeking $40 million in compensation from the school where she taught because she failed to prevent the shooting. Abigail Zwerner, 25, taught the first year for year of