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Introducing the reimagined ‘National Notary Bulletin’

The National Notary Association is pleased to announce the official launch of your new online publication The National Notary Bulletin. This refreshed and reimagined resource for Notaries combines the news and information you’ve come to expect from the Bulletin with the in-depth features and industry insights once provided by The National Notary print magazine.

Whether you are reading this email or accessing The National Notary Bulletin on the NNA’s website, you’ll discover we’re now delivering news, training and industry updates along with cover stories, special reports, features and industry profiles all in one place. Packaged with fresh new design and navigation features, The National Notary Bulletin is the one-stop news and information source you need in today’s industry environment, and it’s more valuable and engaging than ever before.

Additionally, this publication is available at no cost to the nation’s 4.4 million Notaries, along with state officials, mortgage finance industry representatives, scholars or anyone interested in learning about our industry. Register here for your free weekly updates.

The past few years have challenged all of us to improve the ways in which we interact, communicate, do business and live our lives, which is why we discontinued publishing The National Notary magazine in print form in May 2020. Instead, we leveraged technology resources to improve and combine our content in The National Notary Bulletin to better support the Notary community and deliver more information and insights to Notaries across the country as our industry continues its rapid pace of change.

We hope you enjoy your new National Notary Bulletin, and we look forward to providing you with news and information you need as we have done for more than six decades.  We would also love to hear your feedback at, on our social media channels, or in the comments section of our articles or features.

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