Developing engaging, helpful, and useful content is still one of the best ways to attract the attention of potential prospects — whether personal or commercial consumers. Producing good content continues to be hard. Once created, you want to repurpose that content in as many different formats and media as possible to gain the maximum benefit out of what you’ve created.
One of the ways I’ve been able to repurpose articles I’ve written for TechTips over the last few years is to create ebooks of a single article, or combining separate articles together. It is the same content, but when presented in a different format, it catches a different set of people’s eyes. An ebook also works well as a “lead magnet.” I provide various ebooks as a free downloadable PDF document in exchange for a person’s name and email address.
I use the Designrr platform to quickly and easily create multiple ebooks. Building a new project is fast. You just import your content, add a cover from a template, add some images if needed, and convert the project to a PDF that can be downloaded and shared.
“Insurance Agent’s Blueprint For Digital Transformation – Episode 033” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds
There is a fundamental shift happening in the insurance industry moving from restoration (returning the policyholder to the same financial position they were in before the loss) to prevention (preventing the damage from happening in the first place). Technology has been developed, and is still being developed, that will help policyholders prevent losses from ever happening in the first place.
Agents and brokers need to be adding services for their clients that will help them prevent losses.
Munich Reinsurance America has unveiled its Smart Mobility Program offering a toolbox of solutions to address the complex issues surrounding commercial auto losses and to help reduce or avoid the risk of collision for commercial fleets. The Smart Mobility program includes LossDetect™ (patent pending), an automated text-mining tool that analyzes automotive claims data and recommends potential solutions.
Through my involvement with Matteo Carbone and the North American Connected Insurance Observatory, I’ve had the opportunity to meet Michael Scrudato, Senior Vice President, New Strategic Markets and Bruce Weisgerber, Mobility Solutions Center Leader, New Strategic Markets and get an early look at their LossDetect platform.
“Data, Culture, and Innovation In Insurance Agency Practices – Episode 032” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds