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A Plethora of Marketing Tools at Your Fingertips

With CreativeOne’s Dynamic Marketing Portal (DMP), you can gain access to a multitude of executable marketing tools available online 24/7. Using these custom, hand-selected tools, you’ll be able to implement turnkey programs, connect with prospects and clients cost-effectively, and systematize your marketing. The DMP can make marketing easier, leaving you to what you do best–running the business…. Read More

Gain Brand Awareness with Golf Marketing

Thirsty for awareness among new, qualified and more-affluent leads? Hole in One may be just the answer you’re looking for. With this innovative marketing program, you pay only a low premium while offering prospects exciting monetary hole-in-one prizes, luxurious vacations and various other prizes. It’s a simple idea that’s easy to execute. Contact your local… Read More

Business Accelerator: Our New Marketing Credits Program

Business Accelerator

Be bold. Be seen. Be heard. Grow your business. Let’s build something amazing together! CreativeOne is excited about our new credits program, Business Accelerator! It delivers on the principles of purpose, persistence and prosperity. We reward your everyday premium production with account credits. The more annuity and life insurance premiums you generate, beginning at $500,000… Read More

Social media marketing vs. traditional marketing

November 10 2014

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Old vs. new

Joe has been an insurance professional for 15 years, and he has amassed quite a bit of industry experience. Last year he realized social media could be a powerful marketing tool, so he signed up for a Facebook account, made some contacts, and began posting to his audience. He posted three times per week, reminding… Read More

5 Ways for Advisors to Modernize Their Approach

In the past decade or so, the explosion of Internet commerce and social media has changed the way the world does business. More specifically, these advances in technology have changed consumers. The most successful companies of our time – online-based ventures like Amazon, Apple, Google, eBay, and others – found immense success because they were… Read More

How to use the Social Security Suite in your business

Social Security is one of the most talked about subjects in retirement income planning. It’s one of those rare financial topics that eventually impacts everyone. In fact, according to the Social Security Administration, about 58 million Americans received $816 billion in Social Security benefits in 20131. And yet, even with so many people reaching the… Read More

Build a more client-centric retirement income practice

February 11 2014

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North American Company for Life and Health Insurance has launched an eight-part business-building program aimed at helping producers adjust to emergence of “Retirement 3.0.” The boomer generation has refined “how to do” retirement, and it’s not a do-it-yourself project. Over the next few months, North American is bringing together the top thought leaders in the… Read More

Court prospects with the Social Security Suite

One of the largest areas of concern among retirees and pre-retirees is Social Security. In 2013, almost 58 million Americans will receive $816 billion in Social Security benefits, according to the Social Security Administration. Every day people are trying to understand when to start their benefits, how to maximize the amount they receive and how… Read More

Assist Baby Boomers on the Cusp of Exiting Their Businesses

You can be a valuable asset to your baby boomer clients and gain two sales in the process. We’ve seen the reported spike in capturing the business-owner market in journals and media. The increased attention is because the United States has 10,000 new baby boomers each day, and some of these boomers are business owners… Read More

Connect with more affluent women and accelerate your business growth

Ask any woman about being dissed or ignored in a business situation, and she’ll most likely have a story. It might be about the car salesman who asked her when the decision maker would be arriving. Or about the banker who directed all of his questions to her husband. No matter the situation, she knows… Read More