Marketing to Seniors

Klein, Larry
February 2003
Advisor Today;Feb2003, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p70
Trade Publication
Focuses on the effective marketing of insurance products to seniors by understanding their preferences and experiences in life. Influence of other people's opinion on their decision; Concern over asset protection and risk management; Trust in the knowledge and experience of an insurance consultant.


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