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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.

Planning For A Daycare: Tips, Facts & Risks [infographic]

Ways We Break Our Cameras [Infographic]

A Photographer’s Nightmare – Lost Customer Data

As a photographer, it is your job to ensure that the pictures you are so diligently taking while on shoot remain safely stored. This is especially important if you are working with a client and capturing a special moment in their life, something not capable of being recreated. So how can you make sure […]

Abuse & Molestation Insurance For Your Daycare

One of the most important daycare insurance coverages you can have for your business is for physical abuse and sexual misconduct. You see in the news all the time, another case involving child abuse or molestation. While you may think you’re in the clear, you take on a huge financial risk if you do […]

Safety Tips: Childproof Your Daycare

Perhaps one of the most important things you can do when you own and operate a daycare is to childproof your business. Accidents happen and children are especially danger prone. Making sure you take the necessary precautions to ensure safety will not only give you peace of mind, but will protect your children, and […]

Private Investigator Insurance: Professional Liability

As a private investigator, your job description can entail many different things. Background checks, surveillance, and missing persons are just a few of the services your business may be offering. Since your company probably offers some of these unique services, having the right type of P.I. insurance is essential. –

Social Media & Churches: Reaching Your Members [Infographic]

5 Steps To Take After Dropping Your Camera

How To Renew More Clients In A Hard Market

How To Renew More Clients In A Hard Market
Hard insurance markets are bittersweet. On one hand, it’s a great opportunity to grow commissions simply by renewing accounts. On the other hand, renewing those clients becomes a lot harder thanks to tighter underwriting guidelines and rate increases. –

Workers Compensation: Insurance for Church Volunteers