Jim Schubert, Author at Southern States Insurance - Page 3 of 18


About Jim Schubert

Passionate advocate for small business leaders and independent insurance agents. Sharing ideas about digital marketing, sales, customer service and the lost art of human interaction.

How To Make Killer Social Media Posts With 4 Easy Tips

Making unique and interesting content for social media can be a bit of a daunting task. –

Social Media Mistakes That Even Experts Make

Truth be told, no one knows everything. Often even the experts make simple mistakes that can be easily avoided. –

Operation Christmas Child 2013

This year, Southern States Insurance chose Operation Christmas Child as the company-wide service project. Each office packed a varying number of shoe boxes filled with goodies to be sent to to children in need around the world! –

8 Examples of Cyber Liability Threats

8 Examples of Cyber Liability Threats
Generally when you think of cyber liability threats, you probably envision destructive viruses, worms or trojan horses created by hackers. However there are many different ways in which your business can be put at risk for a cyber security breach.

Here are some of the most common types of cyber exposures […]

Engaging Your Audience Through Visuals [infographic]

Common Exclusions In Directors And Officers Insurance

Directors and officers insurance coverage pays on behalf of a company’s management. Specifically, the policy covers claims of wrongful acts such as theft of trade secrets or violation of state security laws. –

4 Reasons D & O Coverage Is Vital To Your Company

Directos and officers (D & O) have a responsibility to manage the company in the best interest of stockholders, investors and employees. –

Top 4 Tips That Will Make You A LinkedIn Pro

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t spend a lot of time on LinkedIn each week. LinkedIn is an amazing tool to connect to others professionally. It’s even how I landed my current job! –

Discrimination In The Workplace [infographic]

The Secrets To Building Unbreakable Client Relationships

Last week I had a frustrating phone call with our VOIP phone provider. It went something like this: –