Agency Life Insurance Sales
Nearly 6 million households with children under 18 have no life insurance.
Together, we help families get protected. We do the marketing, you close the sales.
We make it easier than ever to grow your business. Our tools help you capture the growing online marketplace and stay on top of all current, and future, industry trends.
How do you build a national brand helping agents sell more life insurance? One great agency at a time. Give Your Kid a Million invites you to experience marketing at its best with access to an arsenal of tools designed to elevate your presence in the life insurance arena. Combining a creative hook to get the life insurance conversation started plus engaging content and precise marketing automation, our brand is poised to become a national industry powerhouse, arming independent agents with the essentials for success.
Marketing takes an artist's eye and a scientist's brain. You need creative splash combined with the strength to realize what's working and what's not. That's why Give Your Kid a Million believes there’s strength in numbers. Too few staff members and resources limit you. As a stand-alone agency, can you test a national marketing campaign? Do market research? Or create the online presence to analyze extensive data? Probably not, but as we build the Give Your Kid a Million network, you can depend on ideas that have been tested among the masses. Together, we can construct a marketing powerhouse for independent agencies.
Writing a blog entry, a riveting email or a gripping social media post might seem like a daunting endeavor but it’s crucial for success and for capturing and motivating your online audience. Content development on a regular basis is not always part of what you do nor is it feasible for you to do it. We get that. So we do it for you. Give Your Kid a Million delivers content that opens your window to the world. Let us help you with a little window dressing. You can use our compelling words and graphics to captivate and enlighten your audience.
Marketing is hard. Consistent marketing is harder. Our solution? We do it for you. That way, you can focus on what you do best -- selling insurance.
What good is content that sits on your desk? We make great content work for you by regularly creating and posting high-quality, keyword-optimized updates to your social media pages and your blog. Plus, we craft and deliver personalized, automated life insurance emails to your customers.
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We’re passionate about helping independent agents sell more life insurance.
Technology is best used to empower--not replace--the local agent.
We provide the tools you need to sell more life insurance.
You get an exclusive territory according to the communities you serve. You will be the sole agency representing Give Your Kid a Million in your area.
With a few quick steps, we launch your co-branded Give Your Kid a Million website, provide you with marketing materials and set you up on our automated platform.
We drive traffic to your website, set up creative email campaigns and write social media posts, sure to generate interest and create a buzz for your agency.
Continue to place and process your life insurance business exactly as you do now. If you need help, we can refer you to brokerage general agents and insurance carriers.
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When I first heard the name Give Your Kid a Million, I was instantly intrigued. I believe it’s an immediate conversation starter. After meeting with Mike and Nick and hearing their vision, I knew this was something my team needed to further develop the life department.