Prior to COVID-19, online notary services were slowly gaining popularity, but adoption rapidly accelerated last March. Pre-pandemic, only 22 states allowed for Remote Online Notarization (RON), but by the end of 2020, nearly all did. RON is here to stay, even after the pandemic is over because notaries and clients appreciate the convenience and flexibility. Growing your business in a virtual world can be challenging if you don’t know where to start, so I want to help. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to market yourself as an online notary. These six tips will help you grow your business virtually:
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Pem Guerry, our EVP, penned an article for Law Technology Today in which he discusses why our current methods of notarization will soon be replaced with remote notarization, or webcam notarization.
If you’re a notary, the paperless office probably seems pretty far away. Most notaries are bombarded by paper documents all day, every day. But you might not know that you don’t have to go completely paperless to reap a lot of the benefits of a paperless office.
Virginia notaries now have the chance to better serve their customers. Virginia has become a leader in supporting electronic notarization, both in person and remotely through video conferencing, giving notaries an amazing opportunity to grow your business.