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July 8, 2009

AgentMethods Unveils New Website

To quickly let independent insurance agents, insurance brokers and agencies establish their presence online

By CBR Staff Writer

AgentMethods, a wholly-owned subsidiary of 4SIGHT Communications, has introduced AgentMethods website platform intended to let independent insurance agents and agencies establish their presence online.

AgentMethods stated that its independent insurance agents, small agencies and insurance brokers can build, launch, and customise their websites in minutes.

AgentMethods website’ key features include, selecting a layout to uploading a logo and photos, to adding content. The platform was designed for ease of use, claims the company.

Aaron Kassover, Vice President of Product Development, said: “More and more, potential customers are going online to validate the agent with whom they’re doing business. Having a high quality website is a critical piece of the toolkit that agents need to succeed.”

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