Citizens Insurance Michigan re-launches Citizens Auto Insurance Comparison Site

Citizens Insurance Michigan has re-launched its website The improved site will help find the best rates on a variety of insurance products including low-cost Citizens auto insurance and homeowners insurance.

September 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

After several months of planning and testing, Citizens Insurance Michigan has relaunched its exciting new website The new and improved website will help customers find the best rates on a variety of insurance products. This includes low-cost auto and homeowners insurance. The new website also assists agents by matching them with interested customers in real-time by utilizing the site’s easy to use interface. Besides, Citizens has a wealth of resources on insurance content, that significantly benefits visitors. It includes helpful tips on getting cheaper auto and home insurance, as well as tips on securing the right amount of coverage.

The newly updated website was launched on September 1st, 2019. It uses cutting edge technology and the latest web design tools to give clients a more accurate view of their policy, all in real-time. One new feature, that is sure to be popular, is a search tool that will let both customers and agents view essential policy information. It will allow them to update their policy and make changes instantly online.

“The updated website is a huge milestone forward in the mission of Citizens Auto Insurance, that is to help customers save more money on auto and home insurance. There were also several new features designed in-house that have been a big hit so far,” said Mr. Velasio, the Vice President of Communications. Returning visitors will see a fresh new design that is both clean and easy to navigate. They can now get free quotes, manage their policy, and submit a claim all online. The major improvements will allow Citizens Insurance to compete with any of the major insurance carriers nationwide.

The newly redesigned has been a hit so far, with over 39,452 new visitors, since the official launch on September 1st. Google analytic stats show that about 21 percent of visitors are new, and 79 percent are returning customers.

The design and development team consisted of more than ten auto insurance professionals from around the U.S. Each professional brought their own unique abilities and insight to the project. The group includes developers with skills in web design, programming, information technology, graphic design, and marketing.

“The entire team was excited about this project and even more proud of the finished website. All the hard work has definitely paid off in a big way,” said Mr. Hash, director of design. The future of looks bright, and the new website is the cornerstone of the companies’ future.

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel D'Velasio
Email: Send Email
Organization: Citizens Insurance

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917714

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