UPDATED: Feb 25, 2020
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Hundreds of millions of people use search engines every day to find what they are looking for on the Internet. Google alone handles over 2.5 billion searches a day, according to some estimates. That’s a lot of searches, for anything from books to travel to term life insurance, of course.
Searching for Term Life Insurance Online
People looking to purchase term life insurance have turned to the Internet as the primary source of quotes and information about term life insurance companies. According to Google, there were approximately 2.25 million searches for the phrase ‘life insurance’ last month alone. And this number doesn’t even include other major search engines such as Bing and Yahoo!.
These numbers are no surprise to us, as we’ve witnessed the increasing trend firsthand since the launch of our website in 1995. QuickQuote has always relied on search engine traffic as the main source of new customers. We do not advertise on television, radio or magazines. Nor do we place banner ads on other websites or send out junk email blasts. We choose to help our customers at the most important time … when they are looking for help.
When people type search terms like ‘term life insurance’ or ‘term life quotes’ into Google, Bing, Yahoo!, or other search engines, they find us. It sounds simple enough. But we’ve found a whole slew of other unconventional search terms related to term life insurance that people use. Below are some of the more interesting variations.
- Life insurances
- Term life insurances
- Terms life insurance
- Insurance term life
- Life insurance term
- Long term insurance
- Life insurance quotations
- Term life insurance rate
- Online life insurance quotes
- Free term life insurance
The last one is our favorite. Term life insurance can certainly be inexpensive, but it’s not entirely free!
Leave a comment and let us know if you used a search engine to find us and what search term you typed in.