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InsureMe Announces Rollout of New Affiliate Blog

DENVER (PRWEB) January 11, 2006

InsureMe, the leading consumer-agent link for buying insurance online, announced today the creation of a blog to help online marketers succeed in the affiliate marketing industry by sharing tips, tools and news.

A Weblog, or “blog,” is a self-published journal, made accessible to the public via the Internet. Unlike a corporate Web site, blogs are generally less formal and more interactive: the author posts an article and readers can respond or ask questions.

Affiliates provide a vital link between consumers and industry through online marketing. Their Internet sales expertise and search engine marketing skills empower them to drive traffic to their business partners’ web sites.    

Continuing an InsureMe practice of providing innovative affiliate support, the InsureMe blog helps assure affiliate success by providing insurance industry updates, search engine marketing advice, online support, and links to helpful Web marketing resources.

“It is our goal to help affiliates thrive in their online marketing efforts,” remarked James Omdahl, InsureMe affiliate manager. “By creating this blog, we provide a resource that allows online marketers to gain knowledge and expertise, while sharing their own thoughts and ideas with a broad audience.”

To view the InsureMe affiliate blog, go to

About InsureMe

InsureMe, an Englewood, Colorado-based company, links agents nationwide with consumers shopping for insurance. The company’s professional network consists of both independent local insurance agents and representatives from national insurance partners. InsureMe helps millions of consumers each year find insurance coverage, while providing thousands of insurance agents with leads nationwide. Its web site is located at

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