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January 11, 2016

Let them let you know how much they love you, send them a link

Filed under: Reviews — Tags: , , — admin @ 12:49 pm

Most Notaries are just too busy. But, the serious ones are not. The serious ones know that their survival depends on love. If their clients love them they will get repeat business and reviews. So, send a link to the clients who love you. Send them a link to your review page so that they can write a review.

Five or six reviews on your profile can double your incoming calls. It is no mystery. It is the power of 3rd party credibility. If you say you are great people say, “yeah, right.” But, if someone impartial says you are great, and a few others do too, then you are in business. If you have twenty people who love you, don’t send the links out all on the same day, otherwise you will get five reviews on the same day which looks like you wrote them yourself. Remember, that credibility is what the review system is about, so don’t shoot yourself in the foot. Get your online Notary reviews spread out just like you spread out your love! Send them a link!

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June 22, 2015

How to write an email to ask for a review

Filed under: Reviews — Tags: , — admin @ 11:02 pm

It is so important to have reviews on your notary profile. Most notaries don’t have a single review, but the people high on the list typically have a few. Notaries are shy and don’t always know how to ask for a review. Here are my tips.

(1) Don’t ask anyone for a review unless they compliment you on what a great Notary you are, and perhaps how thankful they are. If they mention how you are so much better than those other notaries, that is a good sign. If they like your service — ask for a review. Otherwise, don’t waste your breath.

(2) If they like your service ask them, “Would you mind writing a one sentence review about my service on 123notary.com? It’s easy.” If they say sure, then tell them, “I can show you how to do it, or I can send you an email.”

(3) Next, you need to write down their email. Remember, that asking verbally and then following up with an email is a good combined approach. Doing one without the other is much less effective. I call it the old 1-2.

(4) Writing the email.

Dear Samantha,
I am so glad you enjoyed my Notary work. I enjoyed working for you too, and hope that I will hear from you in the future. I’m only a phone call away. If you would like to write a review about me, just click on this link, and fill out your name, email, company name, and write a quick sentence or two.

http://www.123notary.com/notary-review-input.aspx?id=62487

(5) I put the link to Carmen’s review page. But, if you look at your personal page on 123notary.com, right above your NAME, you will find the link that says, “Write a review about (your name)” Just cut and paste that link into an email and you are set.

(6) Problems.
I get emails once a week claiming that their client wrote a review about them, but that I am at fault for not publishing it. If I am in town, I publish reviews daily. I get a huge SEO benefit from each review so trust me — I have no reason not to publish your review. If I am out of town, you might have to wait five days or so until I get to a computer. I work very hard and need to leave town to clear my head in the mountains or desert. Sometimes people say they wrote a review when they didn’t. There is no proof here.

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