There’s no question the voice over business is a competitive one. I do this full-time. I believe I do a great job for my clients. I’m grateful for the success I’ve already achieved and for the success I know is in my future.
But I struggle.
It’s hard. There are thousands upon thousands of other very talented people with microphones and computers and studios and voices.
Your competition. Continue reading I’ve Met Your Competition
I love social media. I use it daily. I’ve met so many great people and honestly learned a lot about being a better voice talent, blogger and entrepreneur from the content that my network shares on a daily basis. Continue reading How Much Does Social Media Cost Your Voice Over Business
I’ve been on Twitter since before it was cool. Longer than Ashton Kutcher. Longer than Oprah. August 31, 2008 is when I originally joined.
When I first got on Twitter the hashtag #FF meant something different than most people use it for today. It was associated with Friend Feed. On any given Friday when I see people using the #FF tag, I can’t help but think, “you’re doing it wrong.” You’ll only ever see me use#FollowFriday. I’m old school like that! 😉 Continue reading 7 Tips For A Better #FollowFriday
I’m always looking for new people to follow on Twitter. On account of the fact that Twitter is such a great networking tool, and an amazing resource for learning when used properly, I’m often looking for people in a specific group. Namely, voiceover. Continue reading 5 Tips For Voice Talent Bios On Twitter
I see two camps in the voiceover world. Not to say these are the only two camps. Perhaps just more so that they are two of the prominent camps.
There are people who wait for work. There are people who go get work. Continue reading If You Want It… Go Get It