SEll-U Free Life Insurance Agent Training Reveals How To Get Clients

Edward Karram Hosts Sell-U Academy's Free Webinar Training that reveals how to 10x your book of business as a life insurance agent! Learn the 6 steps we use to have a wildly successful book of business!

Roswell, United States - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

SEll-U will be holding a free webinar for Life Insurance Agents called How To Get Life Insurance Clients On Demand – Edward Karram’s Sell-U. This webinar will reveal Sales Strategies, Lead Generation and Sales Scripts, How to Get High Net Worth Clients.

Edward Karram will be leading the presentation and says this webinar is a chance for people to hear from industry leaders on How To 10x Your Book Of Business. They can find out the 6 steps Edward Karram used to make $485,000 in his first year as a life agent.

People interested in Webinar Training How To 10x Your Book Of Business can register free at https://www.sell-u.net/optin.

About SEll-U

SEll-U was founded in 2018 and serves the Life Insurance Agents Training industry. It is known for Help Agents 10x Their Book Of Business.

Edward Karram says: “I want to help as many agents as possible go from struggling to getting a steady predictable stream of new clients into their business. I am going to show them the 6 steps that i used to become a 7 figure earner, and how i have trained 1000’s of agents to have the success they have always dreamed of in the life insurance industry”

This is a completely FREE training that will help life agent get clarity on what mistakes they are making and how they can turn that around and have a wildly successful book of business. Dont take it from us check out student testimonials here: https://www.sell-u.net/optin

Sell-U was created to help agents overcome the challenges faced in the life insurance industry.

Here’s what you’ll discover:

1). How to get a steady, predictable stream of high-quality leads

2). How to turn those leads into appointments 24/7

3). How to convert those appointments into clients.

4). How to land high net worth clients

5). How to be the top agent in your market

6). How to grow and manage a profitable successful book of business

This free training has helped over 1,000 agents take things to the next level and go from struggling to generating clients on demand.

To register for this free training go to https://www.sell-u.net/optin and register now!

Contact Info:
Name: Edward Karram
Email: Send Email
Organization: SEll-U
Address: 200 Market Pl Suite 130, Roswell, Georgia 30075, United States
Phone: +1-770-205-7457
Website: https://www.sell-u.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492575

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