Helping Agents Generate Insurance Leads Will Be Focus Of New Entity

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A new entity will bring together leading insurance marketing and leads experts according to Jesse Slome, founder of the American Association for Long-Term care Insurance.

“We are pleased to announce the launch of TheLeadPros with the goal of helping insurance agents and financial professionals who seek to generate more consumer leads,” stated Jesse Slome.  Slome is one of the nation’s leading insurance marketing professionals who has also founded a number of insurance trade organizations.

Slome, a frequent speaker at agent conferences and industry meetings, recognized that agents with limited amounts of money to spend on lead generation are typically overlooked.

“Just as Home Depot killed local hardware stores and Amazon disrupted the world of retail, change is coming rapidly to the insurance business,” Slome predicts.   “Insurance and financial professionals who don’t adapt and undertake new efforts to position themselves unfortunately won’t survive as larger entities disrupt the insurance and financial distribution models.”

The new entity launched a new website and Slome announced he is offering to speak without a normal speaking fee as part of the initial brand building for the new organization.  Details can be found on the new website

Jesse Slome spent over 20 years directing public relations and marketing efforts for major consumer brand companies including General Foods, Dunlap Sports as well as financial and insurance companies including Aetna, Citibank and Transamerica.  He is founder of several industry organizations including the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance, the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance and the National Advisory Center for Short Term Care Information.

TheLeadPros insurance marketing experts help agents get leads

For more information on the new organization, Slome can be contacted by phone at 818-597-3205.

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