Just wanted to mention. Here in Florida, you are required to choose a platform when you sign up to be RON certified, which I did. However, I don't think it makes sense to do this on our own. The lender, or the title company, must initiate the closing as a RON closing. Therefore, I switched from the platform I had signed up with and became certified through Notarize. I can now do GNW there. But, I also found a major lender (and I believe there may be more than one but it is not being widely advertised as yet, only because they don't have enough work right now) who is pushing their brokers to do more RON closings. Yes, they only pay $75. But I will be saving my car, my office supplies and my time. It is worth it, especially if they can provide me with at least 4 - 6 closings per day. And, just like in the pen and paper world, you still work for as many companies as you wish, so you have to put all of your eggs in one basket.
The point is, be flexible, research the options, but know that this is the future. The schools barely use pen and paper any more. Why? Because computers are the new pen and paper. The mortgage industry will not be able to stay in the past much longer.
The main thing though, is that the only thing we can do as notaries is GNW. And, I'm not sure if that is sufficiently lucrative to do. It will be nice, however, when you have a secondary, non-real estate type work when the feast/famine portion of real estate/mortgages, tanks for a while. It will help you survive!