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As a waitress, I used to know, almost to the minute, when food should be up in the window after I placed the order. In voiceovers, we are able to read scripts to time almost to the second. This sort of internal clock seems to come automatically, (after repeated practice, of course.) Timing is everything. In conversation, in comedy, in cooking…it’s crucial. Turns out, this is my 100th blog. 99 blogs and I’m proud to say I haven’t dropped the ball. My favo(u)rite subject? Time. Last blog, I wrote about finding my inner meter. A couple of times, I’ve blogged about our investment[...]

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[...]

While reading through a copy of "The Phone Book" by The Phone Lady, Mary Jane Copps, we are reminded that the clear repetition of your phone number in a voice message is important to communicate effectively. Reading about the repetition of phone numbers reminded me of when NOT to provide your phone number. That's, when NOT to provide your phone number… When's the last time YOU wrote down a phone number when listening to the radio (or watching TV for that matter)? Dare I say, RARELY? If you are a retail advertiser, a business owner wanting to promote your business, DO NOT put your[...]

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