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If you are a producer, a marketing manager, or a creative services professional, you may have problems specific to your business and the hiring of voice talent. MONEY & ACCESSIBILITY Historically, quality, established voice talent have only been accessible through agents and union affiliations. From auditioning to completing the work, talent and clients needed to congregate in the same city at a high-end recording studio, with the cost of the engineer and studio, agent and agency, added to the bill. VAST AMOUNT OF "TALENT" While the costs of hiring a voice talent aren’t what they used to be necessarily, the floodgates have opened. There[...]

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Creating a list of unique selling points is important to help you stand out as an employee, an interviewee, a company What makes me stand out from any other female, middle-age voice talent?  It’s taken me years to know why and how I was in any way different from another. Standing out in a crowd of other voice talent, voice actors, and radio announcers is no easy task. In digging deep and truly thinking about what I uniquely offer, I came up with a list of a dozen points that I can confidently state as my Unique Selling Points. I support anyone in creating a[...]

They say if you can dream it, you can achieve it. I'm a dreamer by nature. So, I hope you'll humor me with my idea of "The Perfect Voice-over Client". Tongue in cheek? Perhaps. Putting my wishes out to the Universe? Indeed. With reverence to my beloved loyal clients who check off all the reasonable requests, here is my wish list…'cause you know what's coming around the corner! THE PERFECT VOICE-OVER CLIENT… reveals their budget upfront. …because knowing this avoids the dicey risk of my both over and under bidding. specifies how the audio will be used. Besides basing our rates on word count[...]

I will no longer provide rate quotes. A mechanic’s business would fall apart if they set a price before seeing the whole job. It’s an estimate that needs to be given based on the information one is provided upfront. The job reveals itself right up to the end. One can’t possibly quote on a job with exactitude at the outset. It’s a lesson that’s taken me a very long time to learn. In an attempt to be efficient in the past, I would respond to rate inquiries FAST…and in doing so, realized that providing a quote is not in my best interest,[...]

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