Whether you actually use them or not, many of us have profiles on various Pay To Play sites. Even without a membership, most of the sites will allow you to post your demos. Any publicity is good publicity!
But let me ask you, when is the last time you looked at your profile? Continue reading Profile Check Up
The world of Pay To Play sites continues grow.
Good or bad for the industry? It could be argued either way, I suppose. I’ve tried several of them now. I’ve booked worked via Voice123.com, Voices.com, TheVoiceRealm.com and bodalgo.com. Continue reading New Rates For DirectVoices
There are days when work and auditions flow like a raging river. It’s all you can do to navigate through them all and successfully find your way to the end.
Then there are those other days. Continue reading 5 Things To Do Between Voice Over Gigs
I provided my first voice over in 1995. Granted, at the time I had no idea that it was a voice over. I was a high school co-op student working at a radio station in Welland and the Program Director came into the productions studio and said, “Here. Record this.” Continue reading 5 Tips For New Voice Talents
One of the features on Pay to Play sites allows Voice Seekers to select how many auditions they’d like to receive. If you’ve used these sites before then you’re aware of this. If you’re considering using a site like Voices.com or Voice123.com to find a Voice Talent then it’s something you should be aware of. Continue reading A Tip For Voice Seekers