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In order to sell your senior market life and health insurance live transfers products, you need to generate leads. There are many ways to do this, but if you’re looking for an excellent ROI, look no further than Live Transfer Insurance Leads. 

Leads often go nowhere. There are times when a prospect is no longer interested. In other cases, they've already made a purchase from your competitor. They may also be very interested - but very busy as well. Leads that do not convert result in your agents wasting time. 

To increase conversions and ROI, live transfer leads can address these issues.

The live leads provide Final Expense live transfer leads and Medicare live transfer leads to a number of the industry's biggest insurance carriers and agencies. Here's a quick primer that covers everything you need to know if you're just starting to look into this revenue-generating opportunity or comparing providers.

What is a live transfer? 

An Life Insurance Live Transfers agent receives a live transfer when a call centre representative transfers it.

In order to generate demand, The live leads reaches out to people who have engaged with information about Medicare and Final Expense Live Transfers. A live agent contacts these prospects to ensure they are interested in purchasing insurance. In order to complete the sale, the call is transferred to a live agent once the lead has been qualified. 

How do live, warm, and cold transfers differ?

  • As part of a live transfer, a call centre representative qualifies a lead and then transfers the call to a specialised agent.
  • When making a warm transfer, the first representative provides information to the agent. In this way, the agent gets "warmed up". 
  • Cold transfers do not provide information to the agent. A blind transfer is also known as a blind transfer.  

What are the steps involved in a live transfer call?

There are three basic steps involved in a live transfer call:

  1. A prospect and a call centre representative initiate a call.
  2. In order to qualify the lead, the call centre representative speaks briefly with the prospect.
  3. To close the sale, the call is transferred to an Life Insurance Live Transfers agent if the call centre representative qualifies the lead. 

What are the best ways to source live transfer insurance leads?

Live transfers can be effective, but it's important to use a reliable source as with any lead.

  • Leads need to be scrubbed to ensure legal compliance. (Read more about this below.)
  • Agents in call centers need to be properly trained. It's important to review scripting as well as different questions and scenarios. In targeting the senior demographic, representatives must also be aware of how to handle prospects who show signs of dementia - they should not transfer them.
  • Leads must be of high quality. Transferring at any cost - even when they're low quality or not legally compliant - can waste time and expose you to legal liability.
  • Healthy work environments are essential. Ultimately, sales are about people, and first impressions matter. Calls need to start off on the right foot, or they won't succeed. A good lead source must have a good culture, one that is professional but not too rigid or corporate. You can set your insurance agents up for success with a little personality, passion, and care.


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