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Insurance Sales Letters – How to Write Highly Responsive Letters

Insurance Sales Letters – Selling insurance through direct mail is easy! 

By Jeffrey Dobkin
     Death, disease and dismemberment – you insurance guys crack me up!
This is the first of five articles on increasing response of your Insurance Sales Letters.

Article Summary:  Question: What is the ONLY GOAL of any successful insurance sales letter?
Answer: The letter needs to make people call you.  That’s the only goal.  Not to sell insurance.

Reading time: 12 minutes.  Learn easy ways to create sales letters specifically to make readers call you.

Study the FREE SAMPLE SALES LETTER on our website to visualize how to use these sales ideas and lead generation techniques should look when you create your own direct response letters.  Or better yet, buy our letters, they work!  New sales letter pricing!

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Thank you for coming to our website.  Hope you enjoy our conversational style of writing, occasional typos we may have left in to see if you’d notice, and find the technical aspects of writing and marketing we demonstrate of great value to increase the response of your own letters.

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Insurance Sales Letters

Insurance Sales Letters written by Jeffrey Dobkin

Our Belief:  Every client – and every sale – starts with a single word:  “Hello!”

If someone doesn’t call you or speak with you, you didn’t create a client.

You certainly didn’t create a sale.

Because a letter doesn’t sell insurance.

You sell insurance.

A letter makes that introduction… to potential customers.

Your letter “objective” is not to sell insurance.  Your letter objective is to make people call you.  Any arguments?

Your lead generation letter strategy should be strictly focused
on this one goal:  To get the reader to call you.

The fastest, most targeted way to generate phone calls is by sending direct mail.
The MOST effective piece of direct mail you can send is a letter.

So… find your most-likely prospect mailing list and send potential customers a highest-quality letter written with ONE OBJECTIVE: to get the reader to CALL.

But wait… is it really a letter?


A letter is something you send to your aunt Bertha at Thanksgiving so you get a present at Christmas.

When you send your “letter” to 10, 10,000 or 10 million people it’s really an ad.  It’s a highly stylized ad designed to look like a letter.  Right?

Your letter doesn’t sell insurance it can’t.  People don’t receive your letter and write you a check.  There are no approval forms, payment amounts, or costs in your letter.  If your letter works perfectly: they call you.

That’s Lesson Number One:  The objective of your sales letter is NOT to sell insurance, it’s to get people to call.

Top 14 Letter Writing Tips to make people call you…

• Make it look like a letter: A well-designed letter is actually designed… to look like a letter.

• Start with a letterhead – name, address and phone.  It’s ok to use one selling line in here.

• Use a salutation.  If it’s personalized, even better.

• Make your first paragraph short and highly compelling to read:  One line.  Two at most.

• Short Paragraphs throughout.  No paragraph more than 5 lines.

• Use white space to make it look easy to read, even if it isn’t.

• Create a  strong bullet point list in the center of the letter.

• The bullets should be filled with the BENEFITS of working with you, your firm, or your offer.

• Offer a great GREAT FREE BOOKLET with a knocked-you-out GREAT TITLE that no one can resist calling to get!  Use the Jeff Dobkin 100-to-1 Rule: Write 100 titles, go back and pick out your best one.  Yea, it’s that important.

• Use multiple requests that readers CALL you!  “Call now for your FREE…”  “Call and get…” “Call for…”

• Place your phone number several times throughout the letter.

• Take your time to write and design it.  Edit severely.  A well-crafted letter takes me 10 to 15 hours to research, write, edit and design. Even when I’m sober!  Just kidding.  I’m never sober…

• Sign the letter. Even though your signature is a cute squiggle, include a signature they can read.  It’s a visual hook.

Do all this well and ask readers to call you – several times – and they’ll call you.

• Include a PS.  It’s usually a highly read part of the letter, so make it a great close: recap your best benefit, best offer, and your phone number.  And ask people to call you yet again.

Insurance is a personal contact sport.  That’s where the sales are – from personal contact.

The letter sets up the contact.  And it’s pass or fail for your letter.  If the reader calls you, pass!  Complete success.  Your letter has done all it can – 100% – of what you asked it to do!

If the reader doesn’t call, well… you’ve wasted your money, haven’t you?  You got… experience.  Experience is what you get when you don’t get any response.

When customers and prospects call you then it’s up to you to get them to sit still long enough to listen to your personal sales pitch, then buy insurance from you.  Because…

Lesson Number Two: People buy insurance from a person, not a letter.

The introduction starts with a letter — which generates the phone call.  Then?  Then you smile; then you make them smile, talk about your kids, talk about their kids, their car, boat or house. You chat, you kibitz, you talk about their insurance needs, you begin a relationship and develop trust. Then?  Then you offer a compelling quote. Then they buy insurance from YOU.  It’s a short sales funnel: Letter, call, kibitz, relationship, trust, quote, sale.  Any questions?

It’s easy to see this insurance marketing strategy when it’s laid out and presented to you like this, yet some people never figure it out.

Even most of your insurance providers haven’t figured this out: they send you their prewritten sales letter templates that try to sell their insurance from the page.  And no one calls (or minimal calls.)  That’s why their sales letters suck.  They don’t generate phone calls — they wrote their sales letters to sell their insurance.

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The final piece of the puzzle:  Stats you need to know.

When you mail sales and prospecting letters, like it or not: you’re in the business of direct marketing.

Direct marketing and direct mail is a game of numbers:

How many letters did you mail?

How many responses did you receive from your mailing?

Broken down further by questions you need to ask:
·  How many phone calls did you receive? (Response)
·  How many new clients did you sign up? (Conversion)
·  What was the revenue per client?
·  How much revenue did you receive from each mailing? (ROI)
·  How responsive was each mailing list you tested?
·  How responsive was each letter?
·  What offer worked best?

High quality direct marketing letters are all about:
1. generating the maximum number of phone calls per names mailed
2. from higher quality prospects who
3. convert to clients.  Because clients convert to revenue.

Tip:  You can track each of these variables.  Leave a small pad of paper next to each phone.  When the phone rings, just ask, “And how did you hear of our company?”

Write it down on a slip of paper.  Put all slips in a select drawer.  In 6 months you’ll know where EVERY lead came from.  And that’s where to double down on your marketing spend.

I’m often asked (Number 1 question) What’s a good response from a mailing.
Response rates from your direct mail are determined by
1. the quality of your mailing list,
2. the offer,
3. the creative: writing, graphics and format (the letter) and the envelope,
4. the market: who, what, where, how and when.

The real answer is: a good response is any response that has covered the cost of the mailing.
If you are selling 747 
airplanes and mail 10,000 letters and one person buys a plane, that was a successful mailing.
If you are selling 747 insurance policies and one person buys a policy, that was a successful mailing as well.
If you are selling magazine subscriptions, you need a hell of a lot more response to succeed.

The Envelope —

Success starts with getting your mailing piece / sales letter opened: the outer envelope.

“Teaser Copy” on the Outer Envelope is the First Step towards getting your insurance solicitation letter opened… 

The goal of the envelope is to get the reader to open it.  It’s the envelopes only goal.

Teaser copy is the term for the few words splashed across the face of the envelope, written to entice the reader to open it.

This isn’t the place to get cute – or risky – because at this point readers have no investment of time in reading your mailing package. Right now it’s just another piece of junk mail and they’ll toss your letter in the trash faster than The Clintons offered federal pardons.

Over the past 25 years of my career in direct marketing I’ve developed a set of my own favorite envelope teaser copy lines.  They’ve tested successfully over time to get my clients envelopes opened.

Top envelope teaser lines you should consider using on your envelope:

“Free Offer Inside! Open immediately!”  Still works really, really well.   

My clients have also had great success with “New: Free Booklet […Title]!  Look Inside…”
In this instance it’s the TITLE of the booklet that drives the percent of people opening the envelope (which also drives response numbers).  Poor title = poor open rate, poor 
response. Great title = great open rate, great response.

My very favorite envelope teaser copy – after 25 years in the business – is:

“Gift Certificate Enclosed!”

Everyone wants to see what the gift certificate is…  Everyone!

These are just a few of my favorite teaser copy lines for envelopes. You can find these lines and more – with discussion – in my article posted on this website: “The 23 Best Lines in Marketing.”  Go ahead look it up,  I’ll wait.  Actually, the other 20 best lines are also all found in my book, Direct Marketing Strategies – which you probably should buy, as… I need the money.  Just kidding – you don’t have to buy my books.  Just send the money.

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The Letter…

The MOST VALUABLE single sheet of paper inside your direct marketing package is the letter.

In fact, the most valuable single sheet of paper in all of direct marketing is a letter.

Yes, that’s right: a letter is the most valuable single sheet of paper in all of direct marketing.

People look at your brochure, but they read the letter.

The objective of your letter is to make someone call you.  When done correctly, people call!

Has this ever happened to you: one of your providers has sold you some of their four-color booklets and said “Here… mail these out!”  And a lousy letter that looked like someone in their mail room wrote it. It was actually designed by the lawyers in their compliance department – and the letter sang the praises of how great their insurance products are, and how the reader should buy them.  Then they tried to drive readers to their website.  And you mailed it. What idiot wrote that marketing plan?

You were young then…  Sigh…

Yea, you put this direct mail package in the mail at just under $2.50 each.  And now… and now you know what doesn’t work, don’t you?  You got experience.  Experience is what you get when you don’t get any response.

What happened?

Nothing.  No one responded.  Or not enough people to make the mailing profitable.  And what a lot of work.

So what really happened?

First, few people opened the envelope.  It was plain # 10 cheap-paper white, with the bulk mail indicia printed right on it and the mailing label stuck on a bit crooked. In the return address corner it said the insurance company provider name, with your name typed in over it.  It was cheap to print… and it looked it.

Of the people who actually opened it, no one read the brochure.  Sure, they all looked at the pictures of the perfect family, attractive people with cute kids on a swing set – then… they threw the whole thing out.  And the lousy pre-printed letter they included?  Yea, they glanced at that, too — right before tossing it in the trash.  Along with the money you spent on it.  No one even went to their website.  And if they did, you never heard about it.  It’s tough to track web traffic.  Plus – after the website visit it became their sale — not your sale.

What happens if you send a real letter?

Lesson #3:  Include a real letter in every piece of mail you send, no matter what… and no exceptions.

This an incredibly important lesson: include a letter in everything you put in the mail.  Everything.
Even if it’s just a hand written note — even just a few lines.  Because it’s PERSONAL.  Readers will look at the brochure, but they’ll read the letter.  But I’m getting ahead of myself.  Stay with me, please… while I go out for a smoke.  Let’s see, where did I put those rolling papers.  Just kidding.  Or, really… where are they?  It’s a good thing I live in Colorado.  Oh, wait…

Include a real letter in every piece of mail you send.  Especially in the insurance industry – every quote goes out with a letter.  Even if you are mailing 10,000 pieces – you need to include something that looks like a letter.  At about 2 cents for the sheet of paper, it’s the lowest cost part of the mailing package.

If it really looks like a letter people will perceive it as a letter… and read it.  Because a letter is personal.  It’s a message from me to you.

Brochures, yea you printed a million of them.  But something that looks like letter – is still perceived as a personal communication.  No one thinks ‘oh, you printed a million of these, too!’  Even though you did.  A sales letter can double your response.  Triple it sometimes.

Don’t believe me?  Test it out.  Mail 2,000 brochures.  Include a great letter in half of them and watch the response double for the ones with a letter included.  Yes, a great letter can double the response.

Be sure to read all the articles I’ve written on creating great letters on this website.  I wrote them for you, valued readers and students of direct mail.  And people who want to triple their phone calls from their sales letters.

The OFFER!  Correction: The FREE Offer!

For maximum response, I like to offer something for FREE so readers have something concrete to ask for when they call.

Many people have “Call reluctance.” Some people get scared to call and feel a pushy salesman will try to sell them something.  Some just don’t know what to say on the phone.  But they absolutely will call if you give them something comfortable to say – something great to ask for, especially if it’s FREE.  Like a FREE Booklet of valuable information.

My Recommendation:  Offer a FREE booklet with a GREAT booklet title.  The better the title, the more people that will call.  

Use the Jeff Dobkin 100 to 1 Rule for creating a great booklet title:  Write 100 titles, go back and pick out your best one.  Hey, I didn’t say you’d like it, I just said it’s the best way to come up with a G-R-E-A-T FREE booklet title.  A FREE booklet that will make the maximum number of people call.

Don’t forget when you offer a FREE Booklet, always use all capital letters for the word FREE.  It attracts attention to the word FREE, it also makes the offer seem better.  Would you rather call for a valuable free booklet or a valuable FREE Booklet?  Yea, see what I mean.

Offering a FREE Booklet with a GREAT title is probably the single best way to make more people call.

Need help with figuring out GREAT booklet titles?  Please call or email me and I’ll send you our FREE list of booklet titles – which is sent with our Insurances Sales Letter package.  Reason:  Our goal for the sales letters we sell is the same as your goal: to have the maximum number of people call you from each mailing.  Our goal is actually your success.

Mailing Lists:

Every discussion of direct mail should address the mailing list.  Get it?  “Address!” “The Mailing List!”  Oh… never mind.

Your mailing list can determine the success or failure of your direct mail campaign.  Yes, it’s that crucial.

A mediocre letter will draw a response from a great mailing list.  A great letter won’t draw flies from a lousy mailing list.

Crucial to your success: Your Mailing List:  

Good mailing list = good response.  

Great mailing list = great response.  

G-R-E-A-T mailing list = G-R-E-A-T response.  Get it?

The ex-date letter mailing list:

When you entered the insurance industry one of the first things you learned when someone mentioned mailing lists was about sending sales letters to policy ex-dates. This is a mailing list based on when a client’s current insurance policy coverage ends.  Mailing to an ex-date mailing list is pretty common in the insurance industry, and it’s pretty ok.  Not great, but still….

You can buy lots of  lists of policy holder’s ex-dates from multiple sources.

OR – if you know what month (any year) someone purchased their house, you can be pretty sure they bought insurance at that same time – most always a requirement of the mortgage holder.

Mail your sales letters – or better yet, a sales letter series – about a month before your reader’s policy expires.  Convince readers they can get 1. better coverage 2. at a lower cost from you, 3 without any lapse in coverage and 4. no headaches transferring insurance coverage to your agency (you’ll handle everything!).  And they’ll consider placing their insurance with you.  Offer a great FREE Booklet of valuable information here and increase response even further.

Convince readers to CALL YOU, and your chances go up about 1259%. OK, I might have just made that number up, but you get the idea.

Our own sales letter (in our Insurance Sales Letter Templates) for ex-date mailings starts out something like “I know, I know… it’s so easy to just check the “Renew Now” box on your policy, but is that really the best decision for immediately saving money?”

Mailing List Considerations:
There are lots of places to buy a high quality mailing list.  Unfortunately, there are lots MORE places to buy a really shitty mailing list.  You might want to listen to this one hour audio on how to buy a great mailing list.  Or read some of the direct mail articles found on this website on selecting a great mailing list.

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Better yet, there are about 100 pages dedicated to creating successful direct mail in my book, How To Market a Product for Under $500!  You should read it.  No, seriously – you should read it.  If you buy this book and read it, it will be the best $30 bucks you’ve ever spent in marketing and in direct mail.  I personally guarantee it…  

Lesson # 4.  The selection of a great mailing list is one of the most influential factors in determining the success of your mailing. 

Mailing list research is unglamorous.  It’s hard work and fraught with lousy mailing lists and owners who give great reviews to their medicare lists.  Do your mailing list homework and dig deep to really find the best lists.  They’re out there.  Specific instructions on how to buy a great mailing list are in my book How To Market a Product for Under $500!   There are additionally whole chapters dedicated to how to create successful letters and highly responsive direct mail packages.   For your convenience, there are many additional articles on this site to help you create winning direct mail!  Just look around, clear information is at hand.

Traditional direct mail campaigns have been working for years – go ahead, give it a shot.  Great list, great letter, great offer, right market = great response.  This is the end of Lesson 4.

Enjoying this series of “How-To” articles on direct mail?  You might also enjoy

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·   25 Direct Marketing Articles    ·      How to write a GREAT Insurance Sales Letter

·  63 Brief Marketing Audit Questions

A word about including a brochure in your mailing.

Not absolutely necessary, but a welcome addition to most any mailing package: A brochure.  

A brochure – and especially a color brochure  – actually is important to send with your letter NOT because the clever copywriting entices people to buy, or it says great things about you or your company, because face it: ain’t nobody gonna read it.  Or few, anyhow – unless it’s done really well (and after seeing thousand of them, I’m thinking that ain’t the way to bet… most are pretty awful – or worse: boring.)

Recipients just look at the pictures.

Like Playboy magazines in your youth.  Sure – you told people you read the articles, but really…

A great brochure is actually important because 1. it keeps people in your direct mail package longer, and 2. it increases your credibility.  And credibility increases trust — one of the key elements in your sales chain.

A four color brochure makes you look credible.  “Wow!” readers think.  “You went to all the expense to include a color brochure – you must be a good, solid firm!”  Credibility – you just can’t buy that.  Or, maybe you can.

Direct Mail: Your mailing package needs to Develop Credibility, Trust and Create a Relationship.

Credibility is the first of the top three essentials in your lead generation strategy that ultimately drives sales.

The second basis for sales is trust.  As with most any marketing and certainly insurance marketing, trust is the basis of a relationship.  And a relationship is the third element in the sales equation.

In establishing and retaining an insurance client, credibility and trust are the beginning of a relationship.  That relationship can last years. I’ve been with my insurance agent for over 25 years.  Trust is definitely a strong part of the picture.

Those three elements – credibility, trust and a relationship – are the driving forces of every great insurance sales campaign.  Fortunately, the essence of these three elements can be distilled, and built into a single well-designed and well-written letter… with the correct strategy: that makes people call you.

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Hope this article on sales letters was helpful.  This is the end of your lessons for today.  Except… except maybe you should think about buying our insurance sales letters.  Or have Jeffrey Dobkin write a custom sales letter for you – highlighting what makes your own insurance agency so special, or what services and products you provide to your own insurance speciality market.

Continue reading the next few articles and learn how to create an insurance sales letter campaign built on the foundation principles of credibility, trust and the relationship you build.  Our own strategy and goal is always the same:  creating a repeatable campaign that makes people call you.

Article conclusion: Your entire marketing campaign starts with this one word:  “Hello!” This is the goal of the direct mail letter compelling the reader to pick up the phone and call you.

The goal of every letter you send (well, according to us, anyhow) – whether you write letters yourself following our guidelines or you use our business sales letter templates – is the same: to make readers call you so you don’t have to waste your time cold-calling people who aren’t interested (ugh!).

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