The site allows the insurance agent community the ability to connect with consumers in the digital age without having to compete with high-spend advertisers or spammers.
(PRWEB) August 21, 2013
InsuranceLibrary.com contributors, which range from local independent agents to individuals from national agencies, have provided over 10,000 answers to questions since the site launched in April 2013. Consumers may search the vast insurance knowledge base or post their own insurance question and receive expert answers at no cost.
One of the key features of the site is its ability to maintain a high level of answer quality - largely due to a policy that only validated, licensed insurance agents are able to answer questions. The insurance agent contributors are also vetted for quality, and the site leverages technology that allows the community to flag any answers that appear incorrect or inappropriate for further review.
This not only ensures that consumers are receiving helpful, expert advice - but it also allows the insurance agent community the ability to connect with consumers in the digital age without having to compete with high-spend advertisers or spammers.
Since launch, InsuranceLibrary.com has continued to iterate and release new, consumer friendly features every few weeks. Last week, the site launched new state-specific sections that allow consumers to ask questions to local insurance agents or contact them privately for quotes. Many insurance agents have been eagerly awaiting this feature as it allows them to stake their claim in their states as early adopters and really expand their online footprint.
The company, which raised an undisclosed amount of funds in a seed round in January of 2013, has an aggressive development roadmap over the next few quarters. One major planned enhancement provides new features that allow consumers to easily research local agents and local insurance companies in an engaging, non-threatening manner.