By Lin Parkin
June 2, 2014
Voices.com has been a great boost to my VO career. Besides being a super easy site to navigate, Voices.com sends so many auditions that I actually have to pick and choose which auditions to take.
Early on as a beginner it was tempting to audition for everything that came to my inbox - and I did. But over time, thanks to a few conversations with their helpful staff, receiving some coaching, and observing the jobs I was actually booking, I've become more selective and started booking a higher ratio of auditions.
I also appreciate the Escrow Service that Voices.com provides. It lets me know that when I book a job I am going to get paid in a timely manner. That's cool.
You wouldn't consider buying your own set of football pads and a helmet and then venture into a professional hockey game. The same is true with voice-over. Just because you've purchased top-notch equipment doesn't mean you're ready to compete with the pros.
1. Get coaching. You're competing alongside some great talents.
2. Get good gear and a good (sound-treated) space in which to record.
3. Then get an account with Voices.com.
Read what real Voices.com customers have to say about their experience here on the Buzz blog. Find customer success stories, Voices.com reviews, and first impressions of the service. Also find ratings and reviews from people who have downloaded our mobile apps too.