Voice Acting 101 Guides
What's the quickest way to grow any business?
Find people (aka leads) who want to buy what you offer.
Building a sustainable voice-over business requires one-on-one relationships with your clients.
So how do you start
The past few months have flown by!
Work, family, and life in general have been crazy busy.
As a self-employed voice-over actor, there’s always somet
What does it take to find voice-over work?
I mean, you’ve probably already…
Mastered your voice-over training…
And your recording stud
Every once in awhile someone will ask me to give their voice-over demo or a recent audition a listen and provide feedback. (Usually b/c they aren’t getting enough VO work and want to know WHY)
Some sound amazing…
…and others need s
No matter what business you’re in, you’ve gotta continually build your client base.
If you don’t you’ll either never get your business off the ground or you’ll eventually go out of business.
Even if you’re happy with the number of clients you have now
Recently I received a question related to voice over marketing (which always seems to be a popular topic).
Here’s the email:
One of the first questions that come to mind when you’re just getting started in voice over is:
Which microphone should you use?
It’s a good question, but I think the question you should first ask yourself is:
How am I going to control the
There are a lot of upsides to working in voiceover:
– It’s fun!
– You are your own boss.
– The pay is great!
– You get to work from home everyday!
But there is one