Turtl helps insurance firms forge deeper connections with their prospects and customers through the creation of relevant and engaging resources and communications
The insurance industry is plagued by lengthy impenetrable documents almost as much as the legal industry. Ditch the PDF and give your customers highly visual and interactive materials they actually enjoy reading – on any device.
Quickly and easily create tailored versions of key content for different geographies, industries, audiences, and individuals. Do this all inhouse, with minimal effort. Monitor how the performance differs so you can improve your content or your audience targeting in the future.
Use our known reader tracking to understand your customers’ interests and needs based on what they interact with. Use this to improve your content, identify potential sales, upsell, and cross-sell opportunities and lead tailored conversations that increase average spend and better service your customers.
Rid yourself of version control issues and avoid outdated materials remaining in circulation across your broker network. By residing in the cloud, Turtl’s content can be maintained and updated easily from the master document, without the need to reissue materials or instruct brokers.
Drive higher engagement and more leads through premium interactive content created in-house, and take a data-driven approach to your content, campaign and ABM strategies.
Track how stakeholders read your proposals, simplify the production of sales collateral and create centralized, live-updated sales playbooks for reps and brokers.
Improve staff engagement with dynamic handbooks, newsletters, and magazines, and see which employees are most (and least) engaged with your company’s culture and success.
Make your company’s vacancies stand out to attract top talent, nurture candidate enthusiasm and monitor engagement during notice periods to spot potential drop outs.
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