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Articles from American Agent & Broker (November 1, 2013)

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All in the family: employees who act out often need some one-on-one attention. Thompson, Anson Ross 856
Brands drop ROI, but social media stats still an asset. 162
DIY graphics: free tech tools let you be your own art director. Gilman, Rick 1107
Enhance BI coverage: 3 modifications can elevate coverage from mundane to magnificent. Amrhein, Chris 1252
Fake reviews: bad idea. 110
Fraud: the price we pay: insurance fraud is not a victimless crime. Chamness, Chuck 1073
Go long: 4 steps to develop a long-term agency strategy. Burke, Jack 1156
Lenders at risk: 3 tips to reduce borrower counterclaims: the rise in counterclaim lawsuits filed by borrowers against community banks, credit unions and other financial institutions can be an opportunity for agents. Horton, Mark C. 823
nexGens Initiative. 382
Not all social media sites created equal. 247
Not amused: broker's failure to cover "amusement devices" for Cleveland Indians yields wrongful death suit. Zalma, Barry 1380
Premium increases differ on state-by-state basis. 142
Professionally speaking: the professional liability marketplace is a healthy segment that gives knowledgeable agents and brokers a chance to shine. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the lines from experts in their categories. Ropelewski, Deb Cover story 1967
Report reveals 10 major criticisms of P&C insurers. 181
Sandy retrospective: one year after the superstorm's devastation, a long island agent recalls how the storm was a proving ground to demonstrate value. Packard, Laura 1091
SERFF board blues. Tetrault, Paul 431
Strengthen homeowners' coverage: ensure client satisfaction with 5 steps that promote communication. Craig, Dax 813
Watch your mouth. Toops, Laura Mazzuca 412

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