Insurance Agency Website Pricing
See included features,
optional upgrades, and
We've worked hard to keep our pricing affordable.
If you have any questions about pricing, get in touch.
- SSL / TLS / HTTPS
- Live chat ready
- Multiple office locations
- Staff directory
- Comparative rater integration
- Partners page
- Unlimited pages
- Insurance product content
- Insurance quote forms
- Policy service forms
- Referral program form
- Agency feedback form
- Agency reviews integration
- Website accessibility
- Google Analytics
- Google Maps integration
- Advanced spam filter
- Customizable photos
- YouTube & Vimeo videos
- Website alert banners
- Secure website dashboard
- Secure web form delivery
- Search engine optimized designs
- Schema.org microdata
- Site Search
- Insurance company database
- Client testimonials
- And more
Web Form Autoresponder
Automatically respond to every lead without lifting a finger, 24/7/365.
Personal Syndicated Content
Get a personal-lines insurance article published to your blog every month.
Commercial Syndicated Content
Get a commercial-lines insurance article published to your blog every month.
Quility Life Insurance Integration
Easily quote and sell life policies through your website with the Quility life insurance widget.
Boost your Google ranking with custom-written content (7 pages or blog articles).
Rise further in Google with 12 custom-written blog articles, custom on-page SEO, & more.
Footer Link Discount
Frequently Asked Questions
How quickly can the website be ready?
We work fast. Once we have all of your info, we can have your website live in as little as a week. Our customers generally request a few tweaks after reviewing their new website. On average it takes three to six weeks from signup to launch.
Why do the upgrades cost extra?
We believe in charging only for what you actually use. Some providers charge a flat rate and throw in everything they have, but we don’t think you should be required to pay for features we build that won’t benefit you.
Why is there a setup fee?
Some providers advertise “no setup fees” but charge a high monthly fee. With that model, you likely still pay a de facto setup fee — monthly charges begin at signup, and you’ll pay that charge each month your site is being built. So if it takes two months before you’re ready to launch your website, with those providers you would pay “hosting” for those two months. Banyan Theory doesn’t charge for hosting until your website is live.