Aggregation Metrics: Consumer Approaches to Online Insurance Comparison Sites in Selected Global Markets offers new insights into the current development and future prospects of online insurance comparison sites in eight countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and the US. It examines consumer propensity to research and purchase any kind of insurance online plus the size of the available market for the key products of car / auto and home insurance, as defined by new customers and switchers; it then analyses the distribution channels and interfaces used for acquiring these policies, highlighting both the share of aggregators, in particular, and the share of online sales, in general, including indicators for the speed at which these are growing.
Moreover, it investigates the extent to which online insurance buyers in each country are using tablets or mobile phones for this purpose, as opposed to regular laptop or desktop computers, and establishes whether propensity to use aggregators is influenced by a range of variables including not only gender, age, annual household income and employment status but also type of cover held, differentiating between standard and non-standard policies and (for car / auto insurance only) between telematics-enabled policies and not telematics-enabled policies. In addition, it benchmarks the performance of eight of the leading insurance comparison sites in each country in terms of awareness levels, conversion rates and sales.
Key features of this report and the consumer data file that accompanies it include:
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