How to Avoid Getting Screwed Over After An Accident.pdf (Click the link to see the sample.)
**Please note** This ebook could easily be written in a series of blog posts for to generate more organic traffic to your website.
CarAccidentFAQ (Click the link to see the content.)
**Please note** Web content could be easily written for email newsletters
Done-For-You Blog Posts
Using a blog is the simplest way to turn a prospect into a customer. In fact, according to dbc Digital, companies that blog receive 67-88% more leads than companies who don't.
How does this phenomenon happen?
Well, Google loves new content. In fact, by having regular content on your website, Google will make sure they give you oodles and oodles of free traffic.
By allowing your new blogs and articles to show up on the first page of search results, that's how. And when you're on the first page, you're in front of thousands of leads who could potentially want to give you money.
Big problem: you're busy. You don't have time to keep your blog updated yourself.
And that's where I come in.
Whether you service B2C or B2B, I can take this off your plate by writing UNIQUE 400-1000 word blog posts on all things insurance related.
These posts will be specifically targeted to YOUR audience for YOUR business. I don't replicate, duplicate, or imitate.
For a fee that ranges from $599 to $1,599 per month, I will write relevant and helpful blog posts on a weekly or bi-weekly (2 times per week) basis.
Please note: The monthly fee includes writing the blog post and uploading it to your website. If you would like graphics added like stock photo or an Infographic, that will be an additional fee.
Please fill out the contact form at the very bottom of this page to get started.
Done-For-You Email Newsletter Campaigns
Quick name a Geico commercial.
Hump Day. 'member that one?
Iced-T at a lemonade stand. 'member that one?
Memorable stuff, right? These commercials make such an impression on prospects, that it makes them call for an insurance quote.
You can do the same thing for a lot less money by using email. In fact, according to Mashable, the average person checks their email 15 times per day.
Email gives you more opportunities to have their undivided attention than a 30 second commercial because it's personalized. They trusted you enough to part ways with their email address. They want to hear from you.
Can't say the same for commercials.
Email newsletter campaigns (if done right) can build TONS of trust with your customers. It keeps you relevant in their lives and in "water cooler" conversations at work.
Kinda like Geico.
What if you have no one in your office that can string persuasive words together (and you certainly can't do it yourself)?
Where do you start?
What do you email them?
What if you can't come up with anymore ideas??? (Seriously how many emails can you send explaining their coverages???)
And that's why you would hire me.
Email structure? No worries! I've got it.
Entertaining insurance email ideas? I've got 'em.
Scheduling the newsletters to go out? I've gotcha covered.
I will create and write relevant and UNIQUE, informative, and entertaining email newsletter campaigns for you. I can write these emails either weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.
These campaigns are sold on a monthly basis for a flat fee ranging from $699 to $1,999 per month.
Please note: The monthly fee includes adding it to your email newsletter template (Awebber, Mailchimp, Constant Contact, etc) and schedule it to be mailed on the agreed upon time and date. Graphics, such as stock photos or an Infographics, can be added for an additional fee. Interviewing satisfied customers for testimonials can be added for an additional fee.
Please fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page to get started.
If you want to do the writing on your own, but would like a second opinion, then I offer 1-on-1 consulting as well.
We can discuss a strategy for your email newsletters or blog posts. We can discuss what subject lines you should use. We can discuss the structure of your writing.
We can discuss how to understand what your customers want to read about.