eCancerInsurance.com earlier today released information that confirmed its’ new acquired name presence on Twitter.
The site? Twitter.com/CancerInsurance.
Twitter the famed worldwide phenomenon which offers a social networking and microblogging service is most valued for letting interested followers know ‘what’s going on’ realtime, in under 140 characters.
The importance and significance for this platform has made vast leaps in certain scenarios. Most recent, an operation/surgery done in Hospital (O.R.), techs were able to answer questions from live tweets directly from surgeons and medical students as surgery took place. In the case of eCancerInsurance.com, the U.S. Cancer Insurance Resource Center provides information to those that tweet questions and can receive responses that may also benefit other followers. What’s more, consumers can get accurate information if it is supplied directly on the tweet page or via the contact number rather than cancer insurance agent solicitors that may be bias or commission only driven. In order to prevent this, general questions can be asked online to benefit all, but any agents trying to contact them or suggesting a policy can be verified by contacting the Resource Center directly.
Experienced cancer insurance agents are encouraged apply online to get appointed to those that wish to offer cancer insurance to their clients . This has been a large call, more than ever to the industry says Director of eCancerInsurance and the Critical Illness Insurance Resource Center sister site.