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Um...like the style of your writing.*_*

It's rare that a start-up can make it alone so leveraging a larger company can help in many aspects of the business including sales, bringing it credibility on the marketing front, R&D dollars, and the list goes on

Your article looks good, I like bits and pieces of daily life, like a movie.

Honestly, the difference bewteen good and bad experiences is more based on the policy holders understanding of his coverage and his relationship with the agent rather than the name of the company that issued the policy.For example, you finance a new car, perhaps trading in one you are upside down on, and your agent offers but you say no to gap insurance. After all, you don't plan on having a wreck. Otherwise you have full coverage. On the way home you wreck, and it's your fault. But no worries, you have full coverage. Now you find out your insurance will only pay fair market value, and less your deductible, and it goes to the lender, and the remaining balance is yours to pay. That makes your insurance agent an SOB in your mind, but it's really you not understanding what you had.If you want to see what is available to you based on your criteria, talk to a local independent agent and see what they might offer.

I use LinkedIn and all my professional coctnats are there on LinkedIn. I kinda like this new social community SkillPages. Is there any option of letting know all my LinkedIn coctnats that I am here on SkillPages?

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Your Blog is very good, I like it! Thank you for you sharing!Your blog is really helps for my search and i really like it.I just cant stop reading this. Its so cool, so full of information that I just didnt know.

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