Could Your Insurance Agency Benefit From a New Email Marketing Program

| June 19, 2018

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Many people still manage email lists by hand. They manually add all of the emails onto the list, and they may keep it as an internal list or manage it through a program like Excel. While it's possible to manage client data in this way, it's potentially insecure and it's also terribly difficult to find what you need. If you'd like to determine whether a client is already on your email list or connect a client's new email address to other data, you can't do that. Instead of spending time searching through your email lists, choose an email marketing provider that synchronizes with your CRM so that you can bring together customer data and metrics such as open rates. A program such as Constant Contact will allow you to create a smoother, more functional list.

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CompOne works closely with large self-insured employers; providing claims administration, medical cost containment and managed care services. What differentiates our company is the depth of internal resources we have to assist our clients in the successful management of their programs.

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