Insurance Broker Blog

Which Dental Services Matter Most to Employees

According to the American Dental Association, cost concerns are the most common reasons people don't visit the dentist. For many, the insurance provided through their workplace ...
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Ways Customer Service Professionals Make Great Dental Insurance Brokers

It’s no secret being an insurance broker is a great career – but what exactly do customer service professionals bring to the table? As someone with customer service experience, ...
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3 Tips for Selling Dental Insurance to Self-Employed Clients

Most employers understand the importance of offering a high-quality benefits package that includes dental and other ancillary benefits options. It helps them to attract and ...
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5 Tips for Success as a New Insurance Broker

Being a new insurance broker can be challenging but in many ways rewarding. If you're willing to put yourself out there and learn as much as you can by networking or through ...
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4 Tips to Elevate Your Network Access Reports

One of the most important parts of vetting carriers for your dental insurance clients is making sure they have provider networks that work for their employees. A key way to ...
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Opportunities for Selling Individual vs. Group Dental Insurance

 The ACA provides mandates and tax incentives for individuals to gain health care coverage, and while children are covered for dental care though the dental essential health ...
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American Rescue Plan Act: What Insurance Brokers Need to Know

The new American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) is here, and there is a lot of information about healthcare resources and support available to health insurance brokers to ...
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Efficient Ways To Communicate On Social Media

Being a broker, you know that working in the insurance industry isn't just about how well you communicate face-to-face. Social media is constantly rising as the #1 source ...
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The 5 Stages of Gum Disease

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease or periodontitis, is one of the most common oral health problems in the U.S., with 47% of American adults suffering from some ...
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Best Practices for Brokers: Make Social Media Work For Your Business

A strong social media presence can do your business wonders. It doesn’t cost anything to create and maintain profiles on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and each ...
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