Exploring How To Sell Insurance Effectively Through E-Commerce


Everything nowadays can be sold if you know how you are supposed to sell that specific product or service that you are advertising. In the first place, there are now unlimited ways in which you can anything for that matter. There’s the ever-traditional way of selling where you open up a shop or a small kiosk inside a big mall where you will dump every single product that your business is selling. While this specific method of selling allows more exposure for your business especially if you manage to grab an ideal location, this method requires a lot of work, not to mention the hefty rental fees plus utilities that you are going to pay on a monthly basis. You will also need to hire a certain number of staff members who will man the shop on your behalf and when you hire people, you will need to pay them on a monthly basis, too plus the benefits workers should get from their respective employers in accordance with the in-effect laws involving workers’ rights and benefits which includes the right to a health insurance. Now, speaking of the ever complicated insurance industry and selling, most of the insurance companies around the world are on a lookout on how to sell insurance effectively due to the continuous winding down in the competition.

Just last June 25, 2017, AEGON Life, an insurance company from the private sector, has recently announced that the company is looking to explore the possibility to enter the world of e-commerce platforms as they are hoping to find newer ways how to sell insurance effectively in these times when the industry is at its lowest point. The plan is for the company to maximize the use of these platforms as an additional means to distribute their products. In addition to this, top officials from AEGON Life have indicated that yes, they are indeed open to the possibility of a potential partnership with e-commerce big players like Flipkart and even Amazon but quick to also note that any partnerships with any given company will still require an approval from the insurance regulatory body.