How to Advertise with United American

Thinking big at United American

Thinking big at United American

For Agent Paul Sheldon of Paul Sheldon Insurance & Benefits Planning, it’s as big as a billboard! Contracted with United American for about a year, Paul has been a highly active producer. His name and/or photo are generally found in the top producers section of Summit magazine. Medicare Supplement sales are such BIG business for Paul, it seemed only natural to advertise in a BIG way too. His billboard leaves little doubt as to who is the area’s go-to guy for Medicare information. Keep up the good work, Paul!

Are you Advertising for United American?

A billboard does the trick for Paul, but you don’t have to advertise in such a big way to create interest in you or your United American Agency. Check out the Ad Catalogs on the United American General Agency Office website and the First United American Office website to find pre-approved print ads, signage, lead cards, lead card mailers, pre-approach letters, and lead boxes to help you generate business. A print ad in a local newspaper or community bulletin may be just the ticket you need to boost your production. Don’t forget to check the Marketing Tools Chart on the websites to make sure the ad, signage, etc., is approved for use in your state.

Make Your Own United American Ad

If you want to create your own ad for United American, please first review the Advertising Guidelines on the Agent website. What advertising methods have you used to fuel your business at United American? Share your experiences with us in the comments!

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