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December 12, 2016

You won’t get reviews if you do this…

No, it is not what you think. I’m not talking about spilling coffee on the loan documents or cussing out the documents. It’s worse than that. Some Notaries put a link to their review page in the signature section of all emails. This might get you a few Yelp or Google reviews, but has not worked well for 123notary.com reviews. If you ask for a review for 123notary.com from your signers, make sure to write a customized email to them and put the link in the body of the email, not hidden at the bottom. We have proven techniques for getting reviews and that is one of them.

Additionally, doing top notch work, showing up on time, dressing nice, and being nice are good ways to make people more eager to be motivated enough to get off their assets and write a review about you.

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  1. Actually a mix of procedures is what works best for me. I do include a review link in my signature – easy access to prior reviews help prospective clients decide who to employ. Yes, a polite review request, customized is the way to go. Brave and confident notaries ask for the review PRIOR to doing the job. I have had comments about that practice. I tell my clients that the prior review request “hangs over me” and is an additional reason to do the very best I can do.

    Comment by Kenneth Edelstein — December 12, 2016 @ 4:29 pm

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