Insurance Industry Relationship Marketing
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Takeaways to Consider
- Don't bug your customers with a geeky kumbaya pre-determined contact schedule hoping to foster a relationship.
- As Emily Soell, CEO of Rapp Collins once said to me, "I don't want a relationship with the guy who sells me aspirin. I just want my headache cured."
- Make contact only when you have something important to say—news they can use or an irresistible offer.
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