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You have your own business. You have literally a million things to do to manage and market your business... and don't know where to start? For the next year, I'll walk you through all the tasks to consider to pull your business together, get on track, and keep your ducks in a row. To get started on your own master to do list, take some time to write out the answers to these questions: ASSETS Does your equipment need updating? Is your health a factor in your business? What are you doing to take care of it? Do your creative skills need[...]

Stuff you need to know if you are running your own business Careful what you post? Social Media Etiquette Can you actually work better, not harder? A savvy networking & publicity tactic from a 12-year-old girl How to be #Productive During a Vacation Tax Time: Expense Hints for Creative Freelancers beyond the basics 3 Steps to a Truly Effective To Do list Financial Planning and Prioritizing Tips for Small Business Owners – Guest post by Jim McKinley Do You Have a “New Client” Procedure? Here’s a checklist for you. What to do to prepare for profile pics and headshots Is[...]

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Guest Post by Liz Solar, Voice Actor Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning. – Maya Angelou Looking for that perfect, one-of-a-kind gift for someone special? How about: your voice? Our ability to employ speech to express human emotion is a gift. We are empowered to tell stories, make someone laugh, or buy something they didn’t even think they wanted. Unique as a fingerprint, the human voice -  a wondrous result of individual physiology, environment and background - vibrates to the world who we are. How about sharing some of[...]

This fall, I've shared several posts from or about several male voice actors who are not only incredibly talented voices, but also provide other valuable services within the industry. While we all have so much to read and so little time, I've created a brief rundown of five favorite posts you may find interesting. It's my pleasure to re-introduce these people to you, if you haven't met them yet... I am both inspired and grateful to all of them. 5 Male Voice Actors You Need to Know LARRY HUDSON: This post, "The Best Investment a Voice Actor Can Make!" is one[...]

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I've been holding out on you. While I have worked at providing many resources to voice-over hirers and voice talent alike, I've failed to mention someone who deserves much adulation. If you are interested in working in voice-over at all, I must introduce you to Mr. Mike Lenz... Mike touts himself as: ...an entrepreneur, professional voice actor, audio book narrator, author, podcast host, husband and father.   I can tell you, Mike is one of the nicest people I've ever met and he has a goldmine of information. He's written a book called "Paid to Talk", created an online course for those interested in voice[...]

Guest Post by Jim McKinley, Financial Expert: As a small business owner you are adept at your trade, but you might need help handling finances. Follow these tips to ensure you are planning and prioritizing properly. Organizing money.  Organizing your funds will help you budget and keep on top of your bills. Separate accounts.  According to the experts at Forbes, your first priority should be maintaining completely different accounts for personal versus business funds.  Things can get confused quickly. Having separate pockets helps simplify bookkeeping. Hire an accountant.  Accountants know tax laws and money management, and can help you find deductions[...]

I have a certain belief about social media. I believe that you should remain professional on your personal accounts and personal in your business accounts. What I mean is, on personal accounts, don't post anything you wouldn't want your Grandmother to see. On business accounts, engage others by being a little personal and not too formal. That said, I think it's always a good idea to take note of social media etiquette within each platform. You can take my word for it: Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. There are certain functions that can be accessed by each platforms, like email[...]

Guest Post by Jack Daniel, Voice Actor: As a practitioner of the art and business of voice acting, I am necessarily a student of the craft. Not a big surprise, I should think; I know vastly accomplished VO talents—men and women who I look up to and admire deeply—who never stop working to become ever better at their profession, and who regularly work with coaches and colleagues to stay at the top of their game. No doubt it’s partly this commitment to excellence that got them where they are, and that would raise them to the top no matter what path[...]

GUEST POST by John Kuehne, Voice Actor: Speaking with many voice actors recently, I've noticed a recurring theme.  Most still don’t understand the importance of having video as a part of their personal brand marketing. Granted, in the past, voice talent were able to get by with having their “audio only” demo as their primary marketing calling card. In today’s visual world, voiceover talent must take the opportunity to capture the additional impact of igniting the additional visual sense to convert their brand message into bookings. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone the impact that video has for a higher results on[...]

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An Unconference "I laughed. I cried. It was better than Cats!" Charlotte, North Carolina, was the destination for a voiceover conference I've been longing to go to for years. Indeed, I laughed and cried and truly had one of the best experiences of my life. I’ve posted about several voiceover conferences in the past including VO Mastery and That's Voiceover and WoVOCon, each with their own benefits and highlights. Faffcon9 – touted as an “unconference” - lived up to its reputation and was less of a conference and more accurately, an experience. (The name “faffcon” was a name created based on the idea[...]

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