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Mobile Notary?

Hello people, I passed my Notary exam and will be getting my license soon and planing in becoming a mobil Notary and need your advice about how to get companies to sign me in so i can do work for them. Any kind of a letter i need to send or any kind of a action i could do to help my business. What is the fundamential of marketing for Mobil Notary. Or any books or web sites i could get information about marketing?

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2 Responses to “Mobile Notary?”

  1. IDoToo May 1, 2014 at 5:00 pm #

    A mobile Notary, is a notary who is mobile whether he/she rides or drives his bicycle, motorcycle, automobile or boat around town or to work. HeHe. Sorry I’ve have had a very bad week attempting to procure documents from the government for travel. I do know that you can open up your own little notary place, either at your home or at a business. I had to fill out paper work at a UPS store, they have a notary. You may want to go to job websites and see if anyone is hiring a notary. You also might want to make car magnets for your car stating that you are a notary and have your number on there. People needing one will call to find you. A library is a good place to look for books about how to do notary work. Our library is not :(. Sitting at Barnes and Nobles is great too, where you can look up marketing books, sit there all day and no one bother you. I’ve done this. Good luck on becoming a full fledged notary!!!! :)

  2. Ryan May 1, 2014 at 5:37 pm #

    As a mobile Notary, you will definitely want to list your services online in a Notary Directory. It’s also a good idea to start your own website. This way you can list your services and pricing for your travel fees, as well as include the area you are covering. Most mobile Notaries will charge in increments based on their mileage. If you’re looking to market yourself online, Live Notary Network is a great place where people and potential clients can find a notary.

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