The month of love has arrived! February is not only a great time to show loved ones that you care, but also a good time to show a little love to your agency’s blog. Luckily for you, us Insurance Bloggers have put together a list of 10 topics to tackle this month!
#1: February is American Heart Month. Focus your efforts on writing a thorough health insurance post. You can use relevant statistics, prevention techniques for heart health issues, and much more in order to make the post interesting.
#2: February is National Weddings Month. Does your agency sell wedding insurance? Now is a good time to focus on the policy!
#3: Super Bowl Sunday falls on February 3rd this year. Take this opportunity to blog about celebration safety and fun party ideas. Home insurance can be tied into this topic, too.
#4: February 10th is National Umbrella Day – umbrella insurance anyone?
#5: Write up a quick Valentine’s Day-inspired post, such as a list of creative gift ideas or even a few romantic recipes.
#6: With Valentine’s Day, you can also write an informative post pertaining to valuable articles and floaters insurance. This is a good time to explain the coverage, especially since many may be getting engaged or purchasing beautiful jewelry.
#7: Valentine’s Day candy will seem harmless once you set the record straight about dark chocolate: it’s healthy! Write up a post about its health benefits to ease your readers’ worries.
#8: Many couples may be getting hitched around this time of year. It is a good idea to discuss the importance of life insurance for newlyweds.
#9: It’s Responsible Pet Owners’ Month! This is a good way to incorporate the importance of pet liability.
#10: National Chili Day is the last Thursday of the month. This year, it falls on the 28th. Why not post a delicious recipe to grab your readers’ attention?
Time to blog your heart out! And remember, if you have any other great topics that you would like to share, do so in the comment section. We always appreciate fresh ideas and content, and we are sure other agent’s do, too!