Advertising, Insurance Company

Definition of "Advertising, insurance company"

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Highly visible form of marketing communication with the public with these objectives: (1) encourage agents and brokers to sell insurance company products, (2) predispose customers to be receptive to sales calls, (3) enhance an insurance company's public image, (4) support introduction of new products, and (5) influence public and legislative opinions on issues of importance to the insurance industry. Product advertising describes particular products and why they would be beneficial. Institutional advertising describes the financial strength and the stability of a company. Depending on target market and size, company advertising may be national, local, or cooperative (a joint venture using both company and agency dollars).

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