My assistant Adine just talked with a Notary who had a wonderful testimonial about 123notary. Adine was calling a long list of people to tell them winning techniques for getting reviews on their 123notary profiles. One of the people she called told her that she had been on another popular Notary directory for eight years — and without a single call. Then, she joined 123notary and the phone started ringing off the hook.
Everyone has a different experience on 123notary ranging from immediate success to almost no results. But, it is always refreshing to hear dramatic stories about the effectiveness of our site. This story reminds me of a quote that one of my writers came up with for Twitter a few years ago.
“Sell your car and buy a top spot on 123notary”
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Does your notes section jump out at people? Or does it just sit there. I’ve seen too many notary notes sections. Some are well organized, others are informative, but they all kind of look the same. Is there any wow that you can put into your notes? Is there anything you can do to wake up the readers who have looked at 1000 notary profiles already? Please think of something.
I wrote some other blog entries about unique things other notaries wrote in their notes. You can read that. But, if you just copy what they wrote, that is not unique. You need to brainstorm and create 100 things you could say about yourself. Try to find the ones that nobody else can claim. Reliable and dependable — sorry, those have been overused — I wouldn’t even use those words in your notes. But, if you keep thinking about a cool catch phrase, or classy line you could have about yourself, your notes section might pop.
I’m sure that Fido jumps out at you. Train your notes section to be like Fido. Give your notes section a treat for good behavior if it learns to jump!
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