At some point in your career as a Voice Talent there is a distinct possibility that this is going to happen to you. It’s a pain in the butt, to be certain, but in this podcast you’ll find some practical tips on how get paid.
When I audition for a job I always try to include two or three reads for the client consider. In any demo I submit, the first read is the read that I assume is what they want based on their instructions. The other reads are just options for them to consider. On more than one occasion I’ve been surprised by a client who has requested the third read (the one I least expect them to use) because it’s exactly what they’re looking for. Are they always right…?
If you’re on Twitter you should read this. Period. Exclamation mark.
This post, you’d think, would be common sense for any Voice Talent. Or anyone in business for that matter. Surprisingly though, it’s not! Everyone should know what you do.
The Simple Secret to Unlimited Inspiration For Your Blog
Shared by Karen Souer @VoiceoverAssist
Sometimes it can be a challenge to write a blog each day, or even a couple of times a week. So I’m always on the lookout for practical advice that can help make the task easier. This is one of those blog posts. A must read for any regular blogger or anyone who aspires to be!