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Characterizing Life Insurance Marketing: Clients' Perspectives

Sorizo, Reena Beth and Densing, Filjhon and Tura, Regine and Balacy, Garnette Mae (2016): Characterizing Life Insurance Marketing: Clients' Perspectives.

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This study was conducted to develop a model characterizing life insurance marketing as perceived by prospective clients. Survey method was used involving 200 professionals working in Digos City, Davao del Sur. Exploratory factor analysis was the primary statistical tool used to extract the latent constructs of life insurance, following a principal components analysis to assess the number of components. Results revealed that life insurance marketing is multidimensional and is a function of five dimensions, namely security and integrity, tangibles, credibility, customer service, and value-for-money. These five dimensions are the areas that typify a model that would define the type or quality of life insurance marketing that clients need from insurance companies. The study recommends that the model would be considered in their strategic marketing action plans to effectively capture their prospects. Moreover, testing the items of the developed framework is encouraged to establish its psychometric properties.

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