marketing women with insurance
Category: Relationships and Society > Cultures
Asked by: jessicanylady-ga
List Price: $10.00
24 May 2006 06:10 PDT
Expires: 23 Jun 2006 06:10 PDT
Question ID: 731953
I am an insurance agent in Harrisburg, Pa and would like to know how to reach professional women ages 30 to 40 to target them with financial education information. Looking for what activities/associations they share.
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Re: marketing women with insurance
From: probonopublico-ga on 25 May 2006 00:20 PDT
Here's what to do ... Recruit a bunch of women's hairdressers working in high class joints and train them to do the initial intro. Offer them a nice cut of the financial type - they've probably already got the latest hair thing, anyway. Imagine, these poor hairdressers have to talk about something so what better than their having a mythical friend who found this great insurance adviser who had helped her out through some (highly unlikely) deal. Of course, you've got to be seemingly elusive: you pick and choose your clients who come and see you in your luxury suite at the Harrisburg Hilton. (Maybe there isn't a Hilton or any decent hotel in Harrisburg?) You must hire a butler (properly attired) and you must look cool, rich and efficient. Very snooty and rather unapproachable. A monocle or a lorgnette would be fine. Your pitch is that you are doing them a favour. (Not 'favor' please.) Wow, I can image all the dough rolling in but I worry ... Can you live with all your new-found wealth? Worried of the UK
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