Insurance Marketing Agent Salary
The average pay for an Insurance Marketing Agent is $48,356 per year.
|Salary||$29,933 - $65,436|
|Bonus||$257.60 - $9,696|
|Total Pay (||$30,459 - $71,435|
Job Description for Insurance Marketing Agent
Insurance marketing agents generally work during traditional business hours, but may occasionally need to work longer for special projects. They typically work in an office environment at a desk with a computer and telephone to communicate with clients. A bachelor's degree and at least a few years of work experience in a related field are generally required for this position, and insurance marketing agents must also be highly organized in order to juggle multiple projects and clients at once.Read More...
Insurance marketing agents are generally required to meet with other insurance agents on a regular basis to brainstorm ideas, and are also in charge of creating materials which help facilitate insurance sales. They must have an eye for detail and be good listeners in order to meet their clients' needs and develop effective pamphlets, business cards, and other marketing materials. In today's technologically advanced world, good computer skills are important for the job.
Insurance marketing agents often use computer programs to keep track of projects and develop marketing materials. Their work is almost entirely mental and requires the ability to think quickly and adapt well to changing situations. Companies spend millions of dollars on their marketing budgets, and these agents must ensure that this valuable money is spent on the right projects that make their clients happy.
Insurance Marketing Agent Tasks
- Sells products that protect businesses or individuals from financial loss.
- Maintains relationship with clients, and advises of changes in coverage.
- Prepares reports, seek out new business, and maintains records.
- Serves as a first contact with the customer.
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