Launches Life Insurance Directory Providing Consumers with a Life Insurance Locator Tool

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Finding the right life insurance coverage should be discussed with an insurance professional. Consumers cannot rely on online insurance quote companies because every person has a unique situation.

A few years ago the only option for a life insurance agent was to purchase leads. The majority of the agents will suggest that the leads services were of poor quality at best. The reason is because most of the leads are sold to other agents competing for the asme business. has taken a different approach. They keep it simple – only one agent per zip code. When someone searches for life insurance in your state and zip code, you are the only result. Most consumers get one or two quotes for life insurance, whereas provides them with an easy way to find a local agent. The directory is organized by state and then zip code. For a visitor looking to find an insurance agent they would simply go to and click on Find an Agent. All states are open for registration. The directory started in California and now has agents listed in over 15 states which include Alabama, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin with more states pending.

There are now over 1000 websites that link to Every visitor that comes to the site is given complete freedom. They provide the agent’s information (name, phone, fax, email, office address and web address). Visitors contact the agency however they choose. For most Internet users, that is exactly what they are looking for. works with several insurance advisors to gather relevant information for the site's visitors. The "Learn the Basics" section contains articles such as, "Types of Life Insurance", "Quitting Smoking” and "Weight Loss."

Life Insurance Agents can register their agency for only $80 per zip code per year by visiting:

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