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Tips to Better Brand Your Insurance Agency

3 Tips to Better Brand Your Insurance Agency

Want to compete with major carriers and win local business? These three tips can help you brand your insurance agency in a way that sets you apart from the competition. 

Independent insurance agencies have their work cut out for them. They have to show people that there’s a reason to deviate from the major carriers and choose a smaller, lesser known company. Fortunately, they’ve got personalized service, greater policy options, and local knowledge to back them up. But how do they spread the word? Here are a few tips to help you brand your insurance agency and win business this year.

  1. Be consistent. Why do people choose the major carriers? They know them. You can compete with that familiarity, but you need to be diligent. Make sure that every email, contract, flyer, etc. that leaves your agency has consistent branding. Over time, you can make sure people are as familiar with your logo and quality of service as they are with one of the big carriers!
  2. Be memorable. It’s worth putting in time, energy, and money towards creating solid branding now. It’s a whole lot easier (and cheaper!) to invest today than having to rebrand your agency once its name is already out there. Take your time to find branding you’ll feel proud to share during every customer interaction.
  3. Be relevant. Your branding won’t mean much to people if the messages to which it’s attached aren’t relevant. Your value, over a large carrier, is that you know your community and its people. Show that you do! Be a presence at local events and share about community happenings on social media. Keep your branding attached and you’ll be a known name in no time.

Do you need help branding your insurance agency? Whether you want to upgrade with a more active social media presence, a new logo, or a website redesign, contact Stratosphere Marketing Solutions in Westlake Village, California. We offer top-to-bottom digital marketing services that can support your branding and your business.

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