I suggest always starting from a genuine position. Preferably a position that makes you want to help others and be a solid resource for everyone you know.
So over the last several years I have taught myself a lot about LinkedIn. It started about four years ago as a way to make sure I am keeping in touch with people. It has grown into a very useful tool for not only keeping a rolodex somewhat organized but also has allowed me to become more valuable for the people I value. The following is a little experiment I had done once before and just did again. It worked well the first time, I learned some lessons and here you go;
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So in theory what do they actually do for you?
- help explain insurance terms
- help lower your rates
- help keep your rates level
- help filter through a claim
This is YOUR partner, you are exchanging money for promises of good service if something should go wrong. Well the “going wrong” doesn’t happen very often so what can they do in the meantime?
- help you by being a resource for ALL things insurance related
- make introductions to other professionals
- help you grow your business by hiring you
- follow you on twitter