SO WHO IS RANDY MURRAY?

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Randy Murray and the American Insurance Institute knows how to choose the right specialty magazines. Magazines that primarily go out to members of an association or groups of many kinds is commonly known as "trade or association" magazines. If you run a small 2" column ad that we invented, promoting the right type life insurance, people will pick up the telephone and call you. Better still, they will buy 90% of the time! It's a fact!

These ads can cost as little as $50 and generate thousands in annual premium each and every month. As long as it's the "right" ad, and it's run in the right month, on the right page in the magazine, then it's the most profitable advertising that is possible in the life insurance industry today.

OUR ORGANIZATION HAS SOLD OVER ONE MILLION POLICIES IN THE PAST TWENTY YEARS!

 

You want to sell people in the “high end” Market?

We know what to do.

You want to sell people classified as “middle income Americans"?

We have sold hundreds of thousands of them.   

You want to spend your time talking with specialists like attorneys, physicians, architects, CPA’s?

We know how to get you in their office and you do the selling.

Skeptical?

You don’t believe you can run an inexpensive advertisement
in a magazine or newspaper and people will call?

 

SEE WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY:

"I ran my first advertisement in the State of Georgia Electric Membership Cooperative magazine beginning in June of 1994. The ad cost me $55 that first month and has increased over the last 16 years to $350 a month, but I have never made less than $5000 in first year commissions a single month since I started….”

Ron Brenalds, Georgia
(Works primarily in Georgia and Alabama)



"In September of 2009, I ran my first ad in a poultry magazine, a chicken producers publication that goes to Farmers in rural area in the Midwest. The ad cost me $95 and I wrote a little over $21,000 in commissions the first month. I know this doesn’t happen every time you run an ad -- in fact, the second month I ran the ad, it only produced something like $2000 in first year commissions. But I will run this ad every month for the rest of my career."

Chris Charles, Michigan
(Works primarily in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Illinois)



"I learned quickly to listen to what The American Insurance Institute taught me. Together, we researched dozens of potential magazines to run in my state and they chose one they thought would be the best. I didn’t listen and ran another one and got only two responses. The next month, I ran an ad in the one they recommended and sold over $9000 in first year commissions.”

George Turnerville, California
(Works primarily in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington)



"I was told at the beginning that you have to run an ad three times before you should see responses coming in and like everyone, I expected a landslide of leads that didn’t come. But on the third month, I recouped my entire investment in the ads plus $6,555.00. Those people really know what they are doing."

Billy Brown Jr., Texas
(Works primarily in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico)



"I was told not to run my ad on the publications internet magazine, but I didn’t listen. The ad cost only $40 to run it and the ad to run on their regular publication cost $85, so I didn't get one response. I ran the ad the second month, same ad, and walked away a couple months later with almost $3,900 in my pocket. I knew that wasn’t as good as others were doing, but I needed two thousand nine hundred dollars and I got it for absolutely no effort. Who would have ever thought that running a small ad in a “sky divers” magazine would draw response."

David Spearman, Tampa, Florida
(Works primarily in Florida and Bahamas)



"I have MS. I developed it in my early forties, but never looked back. I got to the point where I couldn’t go out and see prospects and had to find something I could do from home. I heard about the ad program that American Insurance Institute had and I called them. Seven straight years of running the exact same 2” ad in a magazine that goes to thousands of MS patients across the world has built me a six figure agency that I can run from my wheelchair. I figured that if I could find an ad that worked and a company that would write impaired risks, then why not with people suffering from other health conditions? Now, I run my ad in magazines going to people with every disease and infirmity imaginable---heart, kidney, brain, doesn’t matter. There is always a company that will write this business and a magazine that reaches them. I just have to know the right time, placement, page, and the cost is right."

Ken Jones, Connecticut
(Works primarily in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York)



"I run ads where they tell me. I work from my home in a little office I made off the kitchen. I sell policies every week of my life, over the phone and up until last year, through the mail. Now I do it all online without even a signature required."

Wiley Simmox, Pennsylvania
(Works primarily in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio)



"It took me three months to talk my wife into letting me spend that $150 to run that first ad, but she finally relinquished. She’s a schoolteacher and while her income has not matched mine over the years, hers is a steady dependable income. So she took over management of the household money several years ago. She just doesn’t understand you have to spend money to make money. I ran the ad and now my income is the steady one. If you don’t try this, you are just crazy."

Bob Berburberry, New Jersey
(Works primarily New Jersey and Pennsylvania)



"I bought internet leads and bought internet leads and bought internet leads. I made some sales, but at the end of the month, I made about what it cost me in leads and gas. I rationalized what I was doing because without the leads, I really had nothing to do, no where to go. I do now except I don’t have to go anywhere. My laptop, my coffee table, and a cup of coffee is what I start and end the day with. My wife and I even sold our second car because we no longer had a need of it. Isn’t life great!"

Bill Register, North Carolina
(Works primarily the Carolinas)



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"I run ads where they tell me. I work from my home in a little office I made off the kitchen. I sell policies every week of my life, over the phone and up until last year, through the mail. Now I do it all online without even a signature required."

Wiley Simmox, Pennsylvania
(Works primarily in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio)


 

"In September of 2009, I ran my first ad in a poultry magazine, a chicken producers publication that goes to Farmers in rural area in the Midwest. The ad cost me $95 and I wrote a little over $21,000 in commissions the first month. I know this doesn’t happen every time you run an ad -- in fact, the second month I ran the ad, it only produced something like $2000 in first year commissions. But I will run this ad every month for the rest of my career."

Chris Charles, Michigan
(Works primarily in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Illinois)

 


 

"I was told at the beginning that you have to run an ad three times before you should see responses coming in and like everyone, I expected a landslide of leads that didn’t come. But on the third month, I recouped my entire investment in the ads plus $6,555.00. Those people really know what they are doing."

Billy Brown Jr., Texas
(Works primarily in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and New Mexico)