Colorado Springs Notary - Leon Austin

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123notary certification

123notary.com is one of the first notary sites that I got a listing on when I became a notary signing agent.  And in terms of return on investment, it has been one of the best.  I get a lot of calls from people who mention that they found me on 123notary.  So the annual listing fee more than pays for itself.

There is also a certification that one can get through 123notary.com.  I never considered it in the past because I was already certified through the NNA (National Notary Association).

I got an offer in my email a few weeks ago from 123notary.com offering the certification test and course book at a reduced price.  I decided to take them up on the offer.  I studied for the exam and passed it.

It's really hard to say if it makes any difference or not whether I'm 123notary certified.  I doubt if any company is going to mention, 'I'm calling you because I found your name on 123notary and saw that you are certified.'  Perhaps they would have called, even if I weren't certified. 

So how do you measure the return on investment on this type of thing?

There is one thing that I would like to add for anyone considering taking the exam: study hard.  It's not a difficult test, but there are some tricky questions. You have to read them carefully.  It's a timed test, so it's not the kind of thing where you can take a lot of time to answer the questions.

Good luck.

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsLeon Austin • February 07 2009 06:05AM

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