The system works very well - consumers can connect with an agent that has shown expertise in a certain topic, and agents can generate new business by answering the questions related to the topics within which they specialize.
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
InsuranceLIbrary.com, a Quora-like question & answers website focused on the topic of insurance, officially launched their website to the public on April 3rd. The website, which allows consumers to ask questions related to auto, life, health, home, medicare and renters insurance, only allows licensed insurance agents to provide answers. Every agent is validated by their National Producers Number before they are able to begin contributing to the site.
Founder Justin Blase stated “there are a lot of question & answer websites out there that include insurance content, but the problem with those is that any random 12 year old with an Internet connection is able to answer those questions. Our agent validation process ensures that only licensed insurance professionals are answering consumer questions.”
The site also aims to ease the process of purchasing insurance for consumers. Blase added “a large percentage of consumers feel uneasy asking certain questions in a face-to-face setting when they are being sold a product like insurance. InsuranceLibrary.com allows consumers to ask these questions anonymously online, but then also provides easy opportunities for the consumer to directly connect with an agent once their questions have been answered. The system works very well - consumers can connect with an agent that has shown expertise in a certain topic, and agents can generate new business by answering the questions related to the topics within which they specialize.”
To browse the insurance knowledge base or ask an insurance question, visit http://www.InsuranceLibrary.com.
InsuranceLibrary.com, a Minnesota based tech startup, provides high quality insurance information for consumers by leveraging a user base of licensed insurance agents.