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Notaries, You Don’t Needy a Flashy Website If You Want Show UP Google

notary marketing tips Oct 12, 2021

"You don't need a flashy website to be found on Google"

Graphics are a good way to get your website noticed and help with SEO. However, if they're flash-based, it will have the opposite effect of your primary goal of getting more traffic and driving more sales.

The websites which are done in Flash can put you in trouble because of the following reasons:

1. It makes your Website Slow
While using Flash adorns the website’s appearance, at the same time it increases the page loading time. Because of the Flash animations, even high-speed Internet users face difficulty in accessing websites due to the delay in webpage loading. Mostly this frustrates the users, and thus they consider leaving your site, opting for the less flashy one built-in HTML instead.

2. Google does not recommend Flash
Search Engines never encourage the use of Flash on your websites; instead, Google avoids the websites that use Flash. Search Engines never index your sites because they do not understand Flash or any...

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How To Create A Successful Notary Signing Agency: Tips From The Pros

Uncategorized Oct 04, 2021

How To Build a Successful Notary Signing Agency Everything you need to know about growing a successful team of Mobile Notaries to work for you. It's time to become your own boss while making steady cash flow for yourself! Breaking into the world of self-employment can be a little scary. If you are looking for a way to earn more money, you need to consider building a notary service business. This is a field that's becoming more and more popular with people who want to have their own home-based business because Notary Signing Agents are raking in the profits. 

What Is A Notary Signing Agent?

A notary is a professional who stamps, seals, and embosses documents and documents for other individuals and businesses. These are people who keep their word and their documents intact. Notary Signing Agents are people that work for you, giving you their signature and their seal to clear your documents. Notary Services provide you a way to clear, seal, and stamp documents and documents with a...

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The Steps to Become a Notary Signing Agent

Uncategorized Oct 04, 2021

The Steps to Become a Notary Signing Agent

There are many state laws that don't mention any additional qualifications for Notaries who act as Signing Agents. However, the mortgage finance industry has laws and regulations that must be followed if you want to do business with them.

Each state has a licensing and certification process. In some cases, you may have to complete a criminal history background check and public record checks.

  1. Become a Notary Public
  2. Take a notary signing agent training course.
  3. Pass a National National Notary Association exam and background screening
  4. Purchase a minimum $25,000 E&O insurance policy.



Notary Signing Agents (NSAs) facilitate loan closings for the mortgage finance industry. The industry recommends taking all of the following steps to increase your chances of getting hired by the widest range of companies. The National Notary Association is an SPW-compliant vendor, so you may choose to get certified and background screened by the...

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Tips for Hiring a Signing Agent or Notary

Uncategorized Oct 04, 2021

Hiring a Signing Agent: What You Need to Know

You can now become a notary, and start facilitating loans. All you have to do is find out if you're eligible for this position in your state, and then get certified!

What is a Signing Agent?


A signer is responsible for facilitating the closing and signing of mortgage loans. A signed loan approval document is called a “certificate of decision.” It constitutes the legal closing of the loan. A signer can work for or with a mortgage company, such as Quicken Loans, Orchard Mortgage, or Arvo Mortgage, or independently. Once the assignment is signed, the signing agent should then complete the NSA Certification Process (RMA).


This intensive program provides legal training, hands-on experience, and professional education in the practice of mortgage brokerage. The overall certification is attained by passing a test.


The keywords "Assignment" and "Assignment Agent" in the RMA are used to describe two different...

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Top benefits of incorporating your notary business

notary business setup Oct 04, 2021

Top benefits of incorporating your Notary business

One of my most popular blog posts is this one, which is about the top benefits of incorporating your business. Here are some of the benefits of incorporating your business, which most entrepreneurs don't think about, but should.


The Advantages of Incorporating Your Business


The advantage of incorporating your business (and it's also one of the things that stop many new business owners from taking the leap) is that it can help you manage your assets more efficiently. The valuation and taxation of your business are generally much simpler than if you were running it as a sole trader and under UK tax law, you may be able to structure your business as a limited company (like the web-hosting company I own), which means you pay less tax.


You may also be able to invest in some of your shares for the first time since the share price will be based on the value of the company (and a lot of companies are share-based, which...

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How to know if your mobile notary business idea is worth pursuing

notary business setup Oct 04, 2021

Is mobile notary the right business for you? As you may have noticed, there are a lot of notary services out there. And most of them are mobile. So, is a mobile notary the right kind of business for you? It’s not always easy to tell. There are a few questions you can ask yourself to help make your decision.


Is Your Mobile Notary Business Worth Pursuing? 4 Things To Consider


Is mobile notary the right business for you? As you may have noticed, there are a lot of notary services out there. And most of them are mobile. So, is a mobile notary the right kind of business for you? It’s not always easy to tell. There are a few questions you can ask yourself to help make your decision.



What Is Your Intent?


The first thing to consider is whether or not a mobile notary is your intention. If it is, consider asking if the mobile notary is something your potential client is looking for. If not, you may need to look into other options.


Do You...

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What does it mean to be an LLC

notary business setup Oct 04, 2021

What It Means To Be An LLC: The Importance Of Having A Limited Liability Company


An LLC is a limited liability company. The word "limited" in this context means that the members of the LLC have limited liability for the company's debts and obligations. This means that if the LLC cannot pay its debts or obligations, the creditors cannot go after the personal assets of the LLC's members.



What is a limited liability company?


An LLC is similar to a corporation, but there are important differences. A corporation is an incorporated entity, and to incorporate it, you must have a state-issued business license and federal tax identification number. A limited liability company has fewer rights and protections, so the members do not have liability for debts or obligations.


You do not need to incorporate an LLC. You can incorporate without incorporating the LLC. However, incorporation is the best way to minimize the liability that a business could incur as a...

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How To Decide on the Right Business Structure for Your Notary Business?

notary business setup Sep 30, 2021


How To Decide on the Right Business Structure for Your Notary Business

 Starting your own business is exciting, but it can also be scary. One of the first decisions you need to make is what type of business structure to use. Will you be an LLC, S-Corp., or sole proprietor? What are the benefits and drawbacks of each? This blog will walk you through the basics so that you can make an informed decision about which type of business structure is best for you.


The Basics of Business Structures

If you are not familiar with business structures, then you might be wondering what they are and how they work. The business structure you choose can play a major role in whether or not you have a successful notary business. What is the difference between an LLC and an S-Corp? An LLC is a corporation that is set up as a pass-through entity. That means that it does not pay taxes to the federal government, it takes in fees and levies, but then passes the majority of its profits to...

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Notary Business Marketing - 8 Proven Tactics for Growth and Success

Uncategorized Aug 27, 2021

You spent hours researching a company where you could fit in and grow. You found the perfect one. You’ve even taken time to learn about the best marketing strategies for that industry. Now, it’s time to promote your business. But, what are some of the best ways to market a notary business? 1) Be consistent and professional 2) Make sure you have a logo and brand identity 3) Be social-media-savvy 4) Get out there: Have events with clients, attend conferences, and network with other professionals in your field 5) Offer top-notch customer service


Why marketing is important

You are ready to find your way into the world of marketing. Don’t let a lack of money stop you from setting up your marketing campaign. The key to having the best marketing strategy is to have the right resources. Which tools should I use? The people behind this top-notch marketing strategy service, ProSyndicate, are working with people of all kinds and all areas of business. You will...

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How to Become a Notary Public: The Different Roles and Requirements

While procedures differ from state to state, the general steps to become a Notary are: Make sure you meet all of your state's qualifications. Complete and submit an application. Pay the state's filing fee. Get training from an approved education vendor (if applicable). Pass a state-administered exam (if applicable). Complete fingerprinting and background check (if applicable). Receive your commission certificate from the state. Get your surety bond (if applicable). File your commission paperwork (and bond) with your Notary regulating official. Buy your Notary supplies.


What is a notary public?

According to the Notary Public Association of the United States, a notary is the official who is entrusted with signing certain important documents for people. When someone applies for a document or signature with the notary, that person is trusting that the notary will honestly sign their documents. A notary's responsibility is to do the following: Answer questions about the content of...

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Notary Loan Signing Agent Training

The Notary Institution is creating a new and improved online notary loan signing agent course training.