So I was chatting with a few members of www.ROIbusinessclub.com and then asked how is your day going? 3 of them replied some variation of "yes! I have xx number of fresh contacts from xyz event" Now onto setting one-on-one meetings then do business right then"
Does anyone else see the issues as I do with this way of thinking?
To me the above example is same thing a cold calling! All hard work with very little return(less than 8% in most cases)! In this day and age you truly have to step back from the IMMEDIATE Sale! I have to find the article that stated that in 2012, we get an AVERAGE between 2,000 to 1 million ad impressions on our brain each day. Think of it this way-- If everyone viewed you as a $ sign only, what is your worth? Why would we even bother doing business with you?
By changing your thought process to BE OF SERVICE or I know you have heard of it also called "From the Heart" working as a business person you will be more successful! I promise you this since I have been/am in your shoes too! Right now on Dash Notary's 7 Year Business Plan I am 2 YEARS Ahead of schedule! Why? Because all of DN's advertising / marketing is NOT always about the sale...
Take ownership of your business both in thought process and online how?
So today I was previewing another notary company for doing work with and saw blatant Unauthorized Practice of Law aka UPL. As a Notary Public we CANNOT ever do this:
Forms Available Upon Request
Bill of Sale
Unsecured Loan Agreement
Texas State ID Replacement
Authorization for non-parent caregiver
Employment (I-9) verification
International Travel Release - Minors
↑ We NEVER provide forms to our clients for their protection. That is attorney's job. (only exception is if the notary is attorney in same state they also hold notary license in)
If you see this on a website or social media please be kind enough to call and ask them to remove it / not provide forms or they can lose their notary licenses by the Secretary of State.
Thank you for letting me do a Public Service Announcement ~ Warmly, Tonie Boaman
The long-awaited approval by the Office of Management and Budget of the new FCC rules has today been published in the Federal Register. For those just tuning in, the FCC released a Report and Order in February of this year that made significant changes to its regulations issued under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. These changes had implementation periods that were based on the publication of the OMB’s approval. Accordingly, the following timeframes now apply for implementation of the following rules:
• October 16, 2013 – Provisions requiring prior express consent be in writing for telemarketers employing predictive dialers to call cell phones
• October 16, 2013 – Provisions phasing out the EBR exemption related to prerecorded calls to residential lines (i.e., telemarketers have until 10/16/2013 to cease utilization of the EBR relationship as evidence of consumer consent to receive prerecorded telemarketing calls)
• November 15, 2012 – Provisions regarding calculation of abandonment rate (i.e., per campaign, successive 30 day measurement rule)
• January 14, 2013 – Provisions requiring an automated, interactive opt-out mechanism for prerecorded telemarketing calls and for abandoned call messages
Click Here for the FCC Report and Order Summary
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