The Business Case for Cyber-Marketing

Vincent, Lynn
May 2001
Advisor Today;May2001, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p48
Trade Publication
Examines the reason for using the Internet as a delivery channel of insurance products. Benefits of the Internet for the Teachers Insurance Association of America; Information on the growing competition in the insurance market; Reason for the resistance to sell insurance online.


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