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Agent Link Unveils New Website with Enhanced Features

April 22, 2014

Agent Link, a marketing and public relations firm serving insurance marketers and insurance agents, recently introduced its new website, which went live at the end of March. The website uses the latest mobile-friendly technology, which is considered a must for the insurance industry today.

The website is extremely easy to navigate and has been designed using a responsive layout, one of the most cutting-edge trends in website design. Insurance marketers and agents, with the help of the website will be able to access content from laptops, desktops, smartphones, and tablets.

The website also boasts of more video content, interactivity and resources for Agent Link's target audiences—insurance carriers, brokerages, and insurance agents—to use in growing their business.

Agent Link's new website is more like three websites in one. There are portals for each of Agent Link's target audiences, including insurance agents, brokerages and carriers.

This helps them gain access to the site and learn more about Agent Link's hugely reputed marketing and advertising, branding and PR services.

"Our new website is one of many things setting us apart in this industry," said Agent Link President Senia Gramajo. "It clearly addresses the unique needs of each of the types of clients we service--insurance agents, carriers, and brokerages, and clearly communicates the unique marketing solutions we have to offer them."

Agent Link's team of professionals offer a wide range of marketing services that integrate high-powered multimedia channels for brand exposure, content marketing, and lead generation.

Earlier this month, TMCnet reported that Agent Link’s award-winning video production team has been praised for its video coverage of the Last Big Insurance Event of the Year. The NAILBA 32 video, featuring some of the most seasoned industry veterans, has been released on YouTube (News - Alert) and Agent Link's online publication.




Edited by Alisen Downey

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