Every marketing template pulls specific information about you, your agency, and your client from the corresponding profiles before sending. This information is retrieved through merge tags called "variables." If you've ever used Microsoft Word's mail merge feature, you're already familiar with how this works.

What Is a Variable?

A variable is a snippet of code that represents a piece of data stored in the system. Most variables represent contact information or policy details. When a variable appears in a template, Insureio will replace that variable with a specific profile's data before sending. For example, the signature block in marketing emails contains variables for the agent's name, email address, and phone number. When you send a marketing email to a client, they won't see the variable. They'll see your name, email address, and phone number. Marketing materials: Template variables This is why it's so important to fill out your personal profile and branding profile completely and correctly when you set up your account. If a template contains a variable that you have not filled in (i.e., you did not include an email address in your brand profile), that slot will be left blank in the email or text message sent to your client. Variables are housed in the marketing template editor. You only need to use them if you want to clone and alter existing templates, or create brand-new templates. If you send our existing templates as-is, you'll probably never need to view, change, or apply any variables. If you want to add different variables to your cloned emails, here is the list of variables available to you. NOTE: You may see more variables in your WYSIWIG editor than are listed below. These variables refer to information involved in the drop-ticket processing service provided by our partners at Pinney Insurance and should not be added to any cloned templates. If you see a variable you want to use that is not listed below, please let us know.

List of Variables

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Agent Variables

{{agent.address}} Pulls the address from your personal profile. It will display in one line, as follows: "123 Any Street City, ST 12345" {{agent.age}} Uses your birthday as entered in your personal profile to calculate your age. {{agent.birth}} Pulls the birth date you entered in your personal profile. Displays as MM/DD/YYYY. {{agent.company}} Pulls the company name as entered in your personal profile. {{agent.copyright}} Enters the copyright symbol, followed by the current year, your name, and the statement "All rights reserved." Displays in one line as follows: © 2017 Agent Name  All rights reserved. {{agent.first_name}} Pulls your first name as entered in your personal profile. {{agent.last_name}} Pulls your last name as entered in your personal profile. {{agent.license_info}} Inserts your name, company name, and current license numbers as entered in your personal profile into a paragraph of disclaimer text. Displays as follows: Agent Name / Company Name, is a licensed life insurance agent. The following agent license numbers are provided for Agent Name / Company Name as required by state law: AK Agent # 123455676. Commercial use by others is prohibited by law. This site provides life insurance quotes. Each rate shown is a quote based on information provided by the carrier. No portion of this website may be copied, published, faxed, mailed or distributed in any manner for any purpose without prior written authorization of the owner. NOTE: If your licenses are expired, Insureio will not display them. Expired licenses will leave blanks in the paragraph that display as follows: Agent Name / Company Name, is a licensed life insurance agent. The following agent license numbers are provided for Agent Name / Company Name as required by state law: . Commercial use by others is prohibited by law. This site provides life insurance quotes. Each rate shown is a quote based on information provided by the carrier. No portion of this website may be copied, published, faxed, mailed or distributed in any manner for any purpose without prior written authorization of the owner. {{agent.phone}} Pulls the phone number from your personal profile. {{agent.primary_email}} Pulls the first email listed in your personal profile. {{agent.short_id}} Pulls your account's Short ID number (shown in gray to the left of your user name in the top right of your screen). {{agent.state}} Pulls your state as entered in your personal profile. {{agent.time_zone}} Displays your time zone as calculated based on the address entered in your personal profile. Displays with time zone and a parenthetical geographic locator as follows: Pacific Time (US & Canada) {{agent.title}} Pull your job title as entered in your personal profile. {{agent.website}} Pulls your website as entered in your personal profile. In your profile, be sure you enter the full URL, including http:// or https://. If you entered the full URL, it will display as a hyperlink in your client correspondence. {{agent.zip}} Pulls your zip code as entered in your personal profile. {{quoter_url}} Pulls the URL selected in the email template's WYSIWIG editor.
  • If you're an InsuranceDivision subscriber, your quoter URL link will be the link to your InsuranceDivision home page.
  • If you're not an InsuranceDivision subscriber, your quoter URL link will be your Insurieo link (learn more here).
  • If you've cloned the template and entered a custom URL, your quoter URL link will be this custom URL.
Email Template - Quoter URL {{unsubscribe_link}} Inserts an "unsubscribe" link into the footer of your email. This allows your recipient to opt out of your marketing campaign, as required by the CAN-SPAM Act. If you clone one of our existing templates, this link will already be in the footer. If you are building a new email from scratch in our WYSIWIG editor for marketing purposes, you will need to insert this variable into the footer.

Brand Variables

{{profile.name}} Pulls in the name entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.phone}} Pulls in the phone number entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.address}} Pulls the address entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. It will display in one line, as follows: "123 Any Street City, ST 12345" {{profile.city}} Pulls the city entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.state}} Pulls the state entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.zip}} Pulls the zip code entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.email}} Pulls the email entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. {{profile.header}} Inserts the header image uploaded in the brand profile associated with the recipient. The header area is 540 pixels wide x 240 pixels tall. NOTE: If you test a template by sending it to yourself, this variable will NOT insert your header image because you are the agent, not a consumer with an associated brand. You'll still receive the test email and the rest of the variables will work properly - but your header will be blank. To test your header image, create a test consumer, associate that test consumer with a brand profile, and send a Custom Distribution to that test consumer's email address. For more information about marketing headers, click here. {{profile.header_small}} Inserts a smaller version of the header image uploaded in the brand profile associated with the recipient. The small header image area is 250 pixels wide x 92 pixels tall. For more information about marketing headers, click here. {{profile.link}} Pulls the website URL as entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. In your brand profile, be sure you enter the full URL, including http:// or https://. If you entered the full URL, this will display as a hyperlink in your client correspondence. NOTE: If you do not enter the full URL, the system will attempt to create a full URL by prepending "https://pinneyinsureio.com" to your entry. The result will be a broken link that looks like this: https://pinney.insureio.comyourwebsite.com. {{profile.logo_medium}} Inserts the logo image uploaded in the brand profile associated with the recipient. The logo will display at the full 200 x 200 pixel size. For more information about the branding profile logo, click here. {{profile.logo_thumb}} Inserts a smaller version of the logo image uploaded in the brand profile associated with the recipient. NOTE: We're aware of a bug with this particular variable and are working to fix it - if you use this variable at the moment, the original size (200 x 200 max) will still display. For more information about the branding profile logo, click here. COMING SOON: {{ brand_specific_fallback_primary_email_for_agent }} Pulls in the email address entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. If no brand email has been entered, the system will insert the email address in your personal profile. Displays as a hyperlink. COMING SOON: {{ brand_specific_fallback_primary_phone_for_agent }} Pulls in the phone number entered in the brand profile associated with the recipient. If no brand phone number has been entered, the system will insert the phone number in your personal profile.

Contact Variables

{{client.address}} Pulls the address entered in the contact profile. It will display in one line, as follows: "123 Any Street City, ST 12345." {{client.age}} Uses the birthday as entered in the contact profile to calculate the contact's age. {{client.birth}} Pulls the birth date entered in the contact profile. Displays as MM/DD/YYYY. {{client.city}} Pulls the city entered in the contact profile. {{client.email}} Pulls the first email address entered in the contact profile. {{client.first_name}} Pulls the first name entered in the contact profile. {{client.last_name}} Pulls the last name entered in the contact profile. {{client.phone}} Pulls the first phone number entered in the contact profile. {{client.state}} Pulls the state entered in the contact profile. {{client.title}} Pulls the title as entered in the contact profile. {{client.zip}} Pulls the zip code as entered in the contact profile.

Case Variables

{{case.current_details.carrier_name}} Pulls the carrier name from the case as entered in the client's contact record. {{case.current_details.face_amount | currency}} Pulls the policy face amount from the case as entered in the client's contact record. {{case.current_details.planned_modal_premium}} Pulls the modal premium from the case as entered in the client's contact record. Displayed as a dollar amount (i.e., $50.00). {{case.current_details.premium_mode_name}} Pulls the premium mode (i.e., "monthly," "annually") from the case as entered in the client's contact record. {{case.current_details.product_type_name}} Pulls the product type (such as "Whole Life") and name (such as "Living Promise") from the case as entered in the client's contact record. If only one of these fields has been filled in, the variable will still work. {{case.effective_date}} Pulls the policy's effective date from the case as entered in the client's contact record. {{case.exam_date}} Pulls the medical exam date from the case as entered in the client's contact record. {{X | days_from_now}} This variable places a numeric date in your text. To use it, replace the X in the variable above with the number of days until that numeric date you want to display in your correspondence with the client. For example, if you're creating a status email that informs the client they'll hear from you in 5 days, you'd enter {{5 | days_from-now}} in your template. When your client reads the email, the text will display the numeric date 5 days from when the template was sent. If the email was sent on January 1, 2017, the text in your email to the client will read January 6, 2017.