Advertise Your Notary Business with the American Association of Notaries' Notary Locator Listing

In today's age, the Internet drives the global economy. What does that mean for the notary industry? It means that more and more people are going online to find a notary near them. This is why the American Association of Notaries offers a free notary locator listing. It's easy to create a profile with us. Once you do, your visibility to potential customers will increase significantly and your business will grow.

The American Association of Notaries offers notaries two types of notary listings. One is the Free Locator Listing, which is available to all notaries. Simply input your name, phone number, email address, and a brief description of your services into the notary locator.

The Premium Locator Listing (only $19/year) provides more benefits and is included in your AAN membership. For just $19/year, you can create a customized profile. In addition to your contact information, you are also able upload your photo and credentials. There are a number of other advantages as well. You can include a long description of your services, your AAN membership will be visible on your profile, and your listing will appear at the top of searches. In short, your customized profile will demonstrate to new customers and established clients that you are a qualified and serious professional notary. You can edit and update your profile at any time.

With the premium listing, you can upload your notary commission certificate, errors and omissions insurance policy, and a background check report that will mark your credentials as verified.

We Connect You to the Right Customer

No matter which listing you choose, your listing will be searchable on Google and Bing. This means that customers will easily find your profile no matter where you are located. The process to sign up is straightforward. It only takes a few simple steps to set up your profile.

Establishing your presence online is particularly important now given the impact of the Coronavirus. Fortunately, when you use our notary locator listing, you'll be well on your way to expanding your business outreach during these difficult times. Ultimately, you will attract customers and your notary business will grow as a result. To sign-up, please visit our notary locator webpage.

-- By Evelin Garcia, a Contributing Writer with the American Association of Notaries, Inc.


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