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Agent Guide to 2018 Certifications

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Jul 19
It’s that time of year again! As AEP and the coming year approaches, you have the ever-dreaded responsibility of completing 2018 certifications. “But it’s only July!” is a common rebuttal we hear from agents, “AEP doesn’t start until October.” True, yes. But we’re thinking about how our agents need to
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talkingMEDICARE Week of July 17th, 2017

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Jul 17
News to Use for Agents in the Senior Market A Publication of Senior Marketing Specialists Week of July 17, 2017   Opioid Drugs Opioid drugs can treat both acute and chronic pain. While these types of drugs can have benefits for many patients with serious pain-related conditions, these drugs cause
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How to Effectively Promote Facebook Posts

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Jul 05
With social media on the rise in the insurance world, our agents have more and more questions regarding the subject. Promoting posts are one area we think all agents should be more familiar with as it is an affordable way to reach people outside your initial network. The two most
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Have You Used Senior Marketing Specialists’ Services?

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Jun 26
You probably already know we are prepared to go above and beyond for our agents. We have multiple programs and services dedicated to helping you, the independent agent, thrive in every aspect of your business. You can find a large number of our value-added services on none other than our services
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talkingMEDICARE Week of June 26th, 2017

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Jun 26
News to Use for Agents in the Senior Market A Publication of Senior Marketing Specialists Week of June 26, 2017   The 58 Million Person Market In FY2017, the program will cover approximately 58 million persons (49 million aged and 9 million disabled) at a total cost of about $715