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Since AA&B's December 2009 cover story "Diving Into Internet Marketing," the social media world has gone from a swimming pool to an ocean, with most of your carriers and customers busy on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Are you swimming, sinking or just treading water?
Learn about the emerging and more concerning risks for public entities and what can be done to help manage them
The National Flood Insurance Program historically has been subject to constant lapses due to delayed reauthorization, upsetting agent/client relationships and hampering home sales. Now, recent shakeups in Congress could finally mean real reform to the troubled program.
Gaddafi, the economy and other trends have an impact on insurance sales and risk management.
NRRA will become effective in July, but some states will lose money in a compact.
Confusion over lack of payment leaves insurer liable for coverage
Debate rages on the meaning of the exclusion phrase
Strict processes for claims and accounting improve agency performance
New platform simplifies intercompany partnerships
To avoid irrelevancy, rethink your dated sales approach
Owner/Agent, JDC Insurance Group
The U.S. population is shifting from the Midwest to the West and Southwest.
76 percent of brokers say 2011 is good year to sell.
Negative effects of the social media site outweight benefits in terms of staying in touch.
Consumers list Insurance-related businesses in 14 of the top 17 firms.
19% of complaints are related to identity theft.
Safeguards and common sense keep agencies safe in Cyberspace
Agency focuses on clients and services in Orlando, Fla., for 63 years
Burgeoning lawsuit loan industry needs regulation
Waves of DDoS attacks shut down swatches of the internet on Friday, prompting the need for the insurance industry to issue standard cyber liability coverage forms.
Honda said a Takata air bag inflator ruptured in a Civic compact car on Sept. 30 and killed a driver in California, at least the 17th Takata-related fatality in the U.S., Malaysia and India.