Turn Heads With an Effective Newsletter Campaign

There’s no question about it: insurance agents have to stay in touch with their clients if they want their business to grow and thrive. A monthly or weekly newsletter, whether it’s print or electronic, is an extremely effective way to grab your clients’ attention and reinforce your customer relationships.

What makes a newsletter such a sharp marketing tool? When you distribute an eye-catching, informative newsletter to current and potential customers, it creates top of mind awareness for your business. That means the next time a client needs insurance or other financial services, they’ll think of your company first.

However, if you want to whip up a truly successful newsletter, you’ll need a few essential ingredients, including the following three elements:

1. A professional design: A substandard, badly designed newsletter will reflect poorly on your business. Think about it: if you send your clients a thrown together, second-rate newsletter, they may assume your services are second-rate, as well. Consumers are bombarded with more than 50,000 marketing and advertising messages every single day. If you want to stand out from the crowd, you have to send clients a newsletter with a professional, sleek design.

2. Useful information: A newsletter that’s filled with nothing but fluff and sales pitches is simply not effective. If you want your clients to actually read your newsletter, you have to provide them with information they can actually use. When you offer valuable information to your clients through a newsletter, they’ll be more likely to come to you when they need insurance or financial advice.

3. Interesting, easy-to-digest content: Obviously, the world of insurance and financial services can be a bit dry and complex. When you reach out to your clients with a newsletter, you’ll want to keep the complicated financial jargon to a minimum. Although your newsletter articles should offer useful information, they should also be light-hearted and easy-to-read. Otherwise, you’ll quickly lose the reader’s interest, and they’ll end up tossing the newsletter in nearest trash can.

As you can see, creating a striking, informative and interesting newsletter is no easy task. If you want to send out a truly effective insurance newsletter, trust in the experts. Foresight Publishing can customize a dynamic newsletter to help you reach out to your clients and stay top of mind.

Source by John Geddie

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