Voice Acting 101 Guides
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
Last week I wrote a post about a few little changes I made last year that led to some big results.
Did you make any changes this week?
I love making changes because the point is alw
Name something in your life or business you want to change.
It could be anything.
Maybe it’s to get more voice over jobs.
Maybe it’s to work fewer hours.
Or maybe you just want to
Recurring clients are the backbone of a successful voice over business.
Here’s what the process looks like:
– Client takes a chance and hires you for a project
– You go above and beyond to impress the client and they love your work
– Client comes b
I’m a big believer in always trying to learn new things in order to consistently improve.
Whether it’s something personal or something in my voice over business, I strongly believe in bettering my life through improving myself.
By making small improvements often, we can:<