Monthly Archives: June 2016

Strategies to Build a Profitable Business Instead of [Just] Earning Commissions

Author: Senior Insurance Marketing Association, June 17 2016 In any sales situation we have to have a strategy, a format that helps our prospects understand and identify “how” our solution will address their concern. In other words “why should I buy

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Medicare Advantage Enrollment Continues to Climb, but Financial Protections for Enrollees Are Eroding 

Article was taken from the Kaiser Foundation Website (searched “online Medicare enrollments”) Jun 30, 2015 Enrollment in Medicare Advantage continues to climb steadily as spending reductions enacted in the Affordable Care Act reduce historical overpayments to the private plans, according

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Coming to Grips with the Wants and Needs of Different Generations of Clients

Baby Boomers Are Not Like Younger Generations, …, But They Are Assimilating Like His Warriors, Stephen Curry Redefining Greatness in Post-Michael Jordan Era By Kevin Ding, NBA Senior Writer  Apr 14, 2016 Garrett Ellwood/Getty Images OAKLAND, Calif. — For weeks these Warriors have

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10 Tips to Protect Yourself on Social Networks

March 11, 2014 | by Robert Siciliano With the prevalence of mobile devices, more than ever, it’s easy for us to share our lives with the world. And yes, social networks are all about staying in touch with friends and family, and

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How Businesses Stay Safe and Secure Using Social Media

by Joy Keller It’s not new news: Social media marketing has transitioned from being a whimsical hobby to a no-brainer, absolute must for businesses of all sizes that want to remain relevant. Whether you’re microblogging, posting, liking or updating information

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Cancer Risk Lowered by Exercise

While “cancer” is a term that strikes fear and sadness in almost all who hear it, it no longer means the worst-case scenario when someone is diagnosed with cancer. Thanks to advances in treatments for all types of cancers, more

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