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Sitting Still? How To Stay Active In A Sedentary Desk Job

Falling into a sedentary lifestyle is easy to do when you work a typical 9-5 office job. First, you start by sitting when necessary and then you slowly fall into habits that keep you in your chair for hours at a time without even realizing it. Sitting for long periods

5 ways to step up your agency’s social media marketing

Social media is quickly becoming an essential marketing tool for businesses of all types and sizes, especially in the insurance field. However, when you are focusing on revenue generation and agency management, social media can seem like a daunting task. Agents tend to wonder: which platforms should I use? what

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How to Grow Your Insurance Business with Social Media

If you’re still relying on cold calls and knocking on doors to generate sales — you’re willingly letting money pass you by. If cold calls and office visits aren’t cutting it for you, where do you turn? Social media. Does that answer surprise you? It shouldn’t. Research by LeadSift showed

ASL Named Five-Star MGA for Excellence in Products and Service

Atlantic Specialty Lines is one of the nation’s top rated MGA, according to a recent report by Insurance Business America. The publication surveyed thousands of insurance agents across the nation to rate the performance of MGAs in seven categories. Of the hundreds of MGAs rated, 30 stood out from the

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When “hunker down” isn’t enough: Hurricane prep for small businesses

Before the first reporter pleas for viewers to “hunker down,” businesses need to be ready to protect their property and personnel in the event of a hurricane. For businesses, storm prep is more involved than boarding up windows and buying flashlight batteries. A thorough review of insurance coverage is necessary

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Lessor’s Risk Insurance: Sign the Lease & Sign the Policy

Real estate is often viewed as a safe, long-term investment. Whether it’s a modest single family home or a massive 100,000-square-foot warehouse, investment property can provide rental income and then can be sold later for significant gains. Before handing over the keys to tenants, property owners should secure the right

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Vacant Homes are Not Vacant of Risk

Homeowners leave their properties vacant for a host of reasons. A vacant home is a prime target for theft, vandalism, or other damage. Before homeowners pack up the final box, a call to their insurance agent is in order to secure proper coverage for their newly-vacated property. Once a home

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Insurance Fundamentals for Youth Sports Organizations

Participating in youth sports nurtures children’s minds and bodies and is often the cornerstone for lasting memories of friendship and competition. What starts as a weekly after-school soccer game can grow to a competitive traveling league leading to college scholarships. Regardless of the intensity of the competition, it’s the commitment

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Home-Based Business Insurance Protects Home and Business

There’s no place like home, but working from home can be more complex than firing up the laptop at the kitchen table. Small business owners operating out of their homes need to protect their personal and professional assets against losses from theft, injury, loss of data, or lawsuits. Many home-based

Special Event Insurance for Holiday Events: Protects Pumpkins, Ghouls, Mazes and More

Special event insurance isn’t just for weddings and hole-in-one competitions. As the season for holiday festivals, parades, corn mazes, and Christmas tree lots approaches, small business owners and non-profit organizations need help protecting their investment from liability lawsuits. For a relatively small premium, an individual or organization can protect itself