Secure your insurance company’s website against cyber attacks

Cyberattacks are on the rise, so it’s no surprise that cyber insurance continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in the insurance industry. For insurance agencies, there are two sides to this coin: opportunities for growth associated with cyber-insurance and the potential for a malicious cyber-attack on their agency’s website. How can you make your insurance agency’s website …

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Why insurance companies should create resource libraries for insurance websites

Your insurance company probably has a lot of valuable things to offer and probably wants to share at least some of these things with prospects and customers. If so, your agency should consider setting up an attractive resource library for the insurance agency website. Website resource libraries represent a great opportunity for businesses, providing a cost-effective information sharing platform that …

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Why insurance company websites need SSL

There are many compelling reasons why insurance company websites should switch to SSL, including security, encryption, and trust. Google is committed to moving all websites to SSL, saying that as of October 2017 “Passwords and credit cards are not the only types of data that should be private. All types of data that users type on websites should not be.” …

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Why should you take out life insurance?

Almost everything in life is uncertain and we should always prepare for any unplanned situation that might arise. Life is uncertain and we must be prepared for the unexpected. In fact, taxes and death are the only certain things in life. One or both of these things will happen at some point in a person’s life. While taxes will always …

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Top tips to improve insurance company email delivery

Businesses of all types can benefit from a well-managed email marketing initiative. Today, however, they need to take extra precautions to ensure they maintain a high-quality sender reputation to optimize delivery and improve conversions. Check out these top tips and make sure your organization follows them all: Ping test emails Always run a ping test on your emails prior to …

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The walk-in clinic: advantages and disadvantages

For those committed to a pediatrician or general practitioner, the thought of using a walk-in clinic can seem like a strange idea in the way of healthcare. However, for minor emergencies that occur during holidays or over the weekend, this medical care facility can be one of the most cost-effective options available at short notice. If you don’t have direct …

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Critical Health Insurance 101

Critical Illness Insurance pays benefits for living expenses… in one lump sum… to an individual following a diagnosis of a heart attack, cancer, stroke, kidney failure, terminal illness, the need for an organ transplant, etc. The key is that payment is triggered by diagnosis. Benefits are not tied to any reimbursement of expenses, like with health insurance, and you can …

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How to go to Legoland from Singapore

If you’re thinking of going to Legoland while you’re in Singapore (SG), then thank heavens for little graces as there are several transportation options to choose from. Legoland is one of the most accessible theme parks in the world as it is located near the Lion City. In fact, it is not as difficult as one can imagine to get …

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Check your tax code! You may have paid too much tax

Oh, tax codes! How I hated them when I first started training as a tax advisor. It can be tricky little things. If you misunderstand them, the consequences can be quite serious. Your customer could end up paying too much or, worse, too little tax and be left with a huge tax bill at the end of the year. As …

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How to Open an Offshore Bank Account as an American

With the world in chaos and bankrupt governments everywhere hatching new schemes to get their hands on your hard-earned money, more and more people are looking offshore for a place to move some of their wealth. I’m not encouraging you to sit around and wait for some three-letter agency to drop in and decide to dip into your retirement funds …

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