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Introducing ActiveAgency

By September 1, 2016June 17th, 2020ActiveAgency, Inside Forge3
Introducing ActiveAgency

Big news this week!

My team and I are thrilled to finally announce our groundbreaking website platform created specifically for insurance agencies.

It’s called ActiveAgency – and it’s pretty awesome.

It’s based on our 12+ years building websites in the insurance industry. We took all of that knowledge, combined it with our cutting-edge sales tools like Clickable Coverage and Hello Producer, added powerful forms (quote requests, certificate requests, annual review questionnaire, and more), and packaged it all into a pricing model that’s impossible to beat.

Why we created it.

Most successful insurance agencies are built on handshakes and referrals.

However, more and more, the agency website is the first impression the agency makes. Unfortunately, most agency websites are really bad. They look like templates (most are), are very outdated (5+ years old), don’t work on mobile devices, and simply don’t reflect the agency.

That’s not a great way to make a first impression, is it?

The ActiveAgency approach.

The ActiveAgency platform is designed to support what you already do so well…build relationships.

It’s not a cookie-cutter template. Nor is it a “lead generation” or “marketing automation” machine.

Rather, it’s a powerful new website platform beautifully designed to help you look great, reinforce credibility, and build relationships. It’s a streamlined, easy-to-use solution based on our 12+ years working within the industry, and includes best-in-class features such as…

  • Mobile Responsive Website
  • Clickable Coverage
  • Hello Producer
  • Integrated Forms
  • Notification Bar
  • Live Chat Integration
  • Social Media Ready

In the end, you’ll have a custom website without the custom price tag.

Learn more and become a Launch Partner.

If you’re interested in becoming one our first 30 Launch Partner agencies, let us know ASAP. We already have our first 10 Launch Partner agencies signed up…and that was before we even announced it.