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Ways to Market Your Notary Business!

 Ways to Market Your Notary Business!

If you're thinking about starting your own notary business, there are many ways to market it. While not all of these methods will work for every business, they are sure to help you find new clients!


Network with Builders, Tow Truck Drivers, and Tow Truck company owners. 

A notary can help  Builders facilitate their closing . Notaries assist towing companies by notarizing Vehicle Tow Release Authorization documents.

Hand out Your Business Cards  

When you hand out your business card, write a note on the back in case someone forgot what they talked about. It could be a reminder of why they needed more information or something that helps jog their memory as they go through the sea of cards in their collection.

Pass out flyers in Local Community  

Remember that shopping malls and parking lots are private property. Don't waste hundreds of flyers or hundreds of dollars on public...

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Ways To Advertise Your Notary Business For Free On The Internet

Ways To Advertise Your Notary Business For Free On The Internet


  • Notary Rotary
  • SnapDocs
  • Notary Cafe
  • Whitepages
  • Yellow Pages
  • Yelp
  • Bing Places for Business
  • Yahoo Local
  • Nextdoor



Of course, if you’re in the notary business, you want to advertise your business. You also want to get new customers, which can be challenging when you are just starting out. If you have the budget for an ad campaign but aren’t sure how to go about it, here are some ways for you to advertise your notary services for free on the internet.

Google My Business 

 Google My Business is a tool for managing how your business appears across Google’s network. You can control everything from what your business information shows up on (Google Search, Maps, and more), how you’re found on mobile devices, whether or not your updates appear in location-based search results like those for nearby businesses, and much more.


Notary Rotary   

Notary Rotary is a...

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The Ultimate Guide to Google My Business For Notaries

First impressions matter and first impressions can come from anywhere – including Google! Your customers rely on Google to find you quickly and easily, but that’s only possible if you take the time to properly create your company page on Google My Business. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll show you everything you need to know about Google My Business from start to finish. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started!

If you're looking for a strong Google My Business listing, then read on! Here's how to

  1. Create an account 
  2. Claim your business,
  3. Optimize it for success. 

What is Google My Business?

Google My Business (formerly Google Places) is an online tool that helps you manage how your business appears across Google’s network. You can control everything from what your business information shows up on (Google Search, Maps, and more), how you’re found on mobile devices, whether or not your updates appear in location-based...

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Five Reasons Why SEO Is Better Than Paid Online Marketing

notary marketing tips Oct 19, 2021

Website traffic is the backbone of any online business and has a huge influence on the success of your business. SEO and Paid Marketing (PPC, CPC) are two different methods that can be used to generate traffic for your website.

Both are effective methods to bring more visitors to a website but most marketers prefer SEO over PPC due to the reason below:

  1.  SEO traffic is free and has more than PPC

SEO (organic traffic) is comparatively higher than PPC traffic so if you work on ranking your website on the top of the search results page, you will get much more quality traffic than with paid clicks. With regards to the above approach, you can get 24*7 traffic flowing on your website without paying for anything.


  1.  SEO generates consistent results

Getting to the first page of the search results doesn’t happen overnight or in a day or even a week. It takes time and patience to continuously work in the direction to get listed on the top. But, once you reach there,...

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Notary Signing Agent Ultimate Supply List


Notary Signing Agent Ultimate Supply List

A notary signing agent's day-to-day responsibility can vary depending on the type of loan being signed, the lender they work with, and their level of experience. However, you can be sure of one thing—you’ll always need the right notary supplies to get the job done! But what are some examples of these essentials? 

notary signing agents have a lot to worry about. You need to know the loan documents inside and out, you need to know how to use the equipment at your disposal, you need to know how to make sure everything is in order. Agitate: And yet, one of the most common problems for new loan signing agents is not having the right supplies on hand when they need them.

A Guide to the Supplies You Need as a notary signing agent is here with everything you need to get started in this industry. We’ve got all of the information you need on the supplies you’ll need for loan signings, what they do, and how they can...

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How to Become a Notary & Start Your Own Notary Business: A Guide for Beginners

how to become a notary Oct 16, 2021

How to Become a Notary & Start Your Own Notary Business: A Guide for Beginners!

"You don't need a college degree or a background in law to become a notary. You just need a little bit of money, some drive, and the willingness to take the necessary steps to get started. Just learn what you need to know, take the tests, and get going!"

A notary, or a public officer authorized to certify the authenticity of signatures and other legal documents, is a valued member of any community. Notaries are also in demand in fields such as banking, finance, and law. In the U.S., there are only five states that require notaries to be commissioned by the state government: California, Alaska, Texas, Louisiana, and Maine. After getting your commission in one of these states, you’ll be able to serve all 50 States and the District of Columbia. As an entrepreneur yourself, you can start your own notary business and make money while doing what you love. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to...

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The Basics of Marketing General Notary Work Services

notary marketing tips Oct 14, 2021

The Basics of Marketing General Notary Work Services: How to Find and Keep Your Clients


Marketing General Notary Work Services is important to the success of your business. Marketing is what you do in order to get potential customers to use you for notary services . It consists of advertising, public relations, and other activities that determine how people perceive your company. Marketing General Notary Work Services does not need to be difficult if you have the right knowledge about this marketing process.


Here are some marketing tips for beginners:


1. Create a marketing plan - A marketing plan will guide you on what needs to be done for your marketing efforts.

2. Find out who your target market is - You should conduct research before deciding on which type of marketing strategies to use for your company's marketing campaign because there are different strategies that might work

Marketing General Notary Work Services

Figure out why your clients need your...

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Simple Steps to Building a Notary Website: A How-To Guide for Newbies

notary marketing tips Oct 14, 2021

Simple Steps to Building a Notary  Website: A How-To Guide for Newbies

Your notary website is the front door to your business. It's how potential customers will learn about you, what you do, and how they can find out more about your notary services. It's also a way for l you to showcase the best of your business with customer testimonials, images of work in progress or finished pieces, etc. The first step is finding a domain name " that makes sense for you and your company. The next step is creating a website design that not only looks professional but also conveys the vision of what you're trying to sell. Finally, it needs to be functional. Once it's up and running, you need to make sure that people are able to contact you easily, either through an email form on the website or


Buy Domain Name

Once you've decided on a notary business name, its domain name is up next. You don't want a boring business name – one that's boring and generic will not set you apart and...

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Top SEO Myths Notary Public with a Mobile Notary Business

notary marketing tips Oct 12, 2021

SEO For Notaries

SEO is the process of improvising website traffic through organic search engine results. Search engine algorithms have changed in recent years, so old-school methods like keyword stuffing will no longer work for high rankings.

SEO Changes really quickly and if you are not a full-time digital marketer, it can be cumbersome to keep up. Due to extreme changes in the short span of time, many old SEO methods are still floating on the web which is actually fruitless.

It’s very common for entrepreneurs to have a few misconceptions about SEO that will potentially harm their website’s ranking.

Let’s uncover Top SEO myths that you need to avoid.

Keyword Stuffing can Boost Search Traffic

Keyword stuffing is the repeated use of the same keyword to improve website ranking. Google is no longer giving many benefits to the web pages that perform keyword stuffing, all thanks to its Latest Hummingbird Update.

If you are still living under the illusion that you can...

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How to Pick a Good Domain Name: Best Practices for Notary Websites

notary marketing tips Oct 12, 2021

How to pick an effective domain name for your notary website?

"When selecting a domain name for your mobile notary website, it is important to make sure that it is both distinctive and memorable."


1. Make it short and easy to memorize
It is recommended to use short and simple domain names for your website to avoid the chances of mistyping or remembering it. Complex domain names often lead to forgetting and missing it for any future deeds.
The ideal length of a domain name is 8 characters and so you should fit it near this range.

2. Avoid using numbers or symbols

Avoid using any numbers of symbols in the domain name. In cases where numbers are used, it becomes difficult for a user to judge if the numeral would be spelled or typed as a digit.

For example, should be avoided as it can lead to confusion while spelling it as seven-star luxury or 7starluxuary.

Similarly, in the case of symbols, they are often misplaced or missed leading to other confusions.

3. Use...

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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.