Life Insurance Agents Struggle with Online Insurance Quotes

Top Quote With over 75% of households having internet access, more and more people turn to the internet for life insurance. As a result, agents are finding help. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 05, 2009 - Too often consumers find companies that are solely based on the internet or offer an 800 number with an automated line. These companies will sell you a policy without reviewing your coverages and if you ever have a problem you will be stuck without an agent to help you. This new website offers its visitors free, easy to understand articles about life insurance including, Types of Life Insurance, Paramedical Exams, and more.

    Last year a group of life insurance agents and a web design team conducted a survey to life insurance purchasers. Of the individuals that went online for life insurance most regretted not having a local agent.

    That is when they created -

    In addition they provide an online directory to find a local life insurance agent. The directory goes by state and then zip code. The site is under a year old and is still gathering agents. Currently there are agents listed in 23 states including Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin with more pending. has received the Cool Site of the Day Award. With a cost of only $80 a year per zip code and with over 100,000 monthly visitors to their network, they have become a great opportunity for the life insurance agent. The site was designed by the same folks that built, the largest online homeowners insurance agent directory.

    Agents can learn more about registering zip codes by visiting

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