Are you aware that insurance advertising can bring about good leads if you are looking for affordable insurance premium rates?
Sometimes, when we see ads, the skeptics in us come to the forefront and we veer away from a page and quickly click away. We can’t be blamed though, because there are indeed cases when we get misleading information. But in the end, it is still the person who is going to make the final decision.
There are a lot of cases when I get very skeptical about a purchase. When my husband is with me, my mind gets be-clouded and normally agree with him. For instance, earlier today, when we had our regular dental prophylaxis we were offered to buy one of those newfangled rechargeable toothbrushes which is supposed to help one control their habit of brushing their teeth too hard. Needless to say, we are both guilty with brushing hard, therefore, some recession in the gum is now evident. To avert the problem, the dental hygienist recommended that we either continue to use manual toothbrush and brush lightly, or we get the rechargeable-wireless smart brush.
With my husband in tow, I was easily persuaded. When we got home, I priced the toothbrush online and true enough, the $80 brush (we paid $160 for two) from the Dental office can be purchased from Costco at a different configuration with more accessories. Therefore, we would end up getting more for our money if we buy it at Costco. Of course, I will return the toothbrushes and buy the units from Costco. If I only trusted my gut feel at the moment of purchase, I would not be going back the the dental office to return the brushes. At first impulse, I wanted to check out the features first and read up on it but my husband won me out.
See? No one aimed guns in our heads but we succumbed to it. No amount of advertising can persuade any one to buy without you deciding to buy. But I believe that there are ads out there that are informative, and lead a person to make an informed decision.