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Job Posting Guidelines at Voices.com

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 3, 2006

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Want to learn more about how we review and approve jobs?

Read this article to find out!


I made reference to our guidelines in my last post and I'd like to share them with you.

This is the process we go through when evaluating job posting submissions. These guidelines determine whether or not a job is qualified to be approved.


- No profanity
- No adult content
- No Gambling
- No racist content
- No slander or ill will
- No free voice-over requests
- The full script or sample of the script must be produced if requested by Voices.com staff members
- If the complete script is not yet available, the theme and project objectives need to be clearly communicated to Voices.com for project approval
- The client must select a budget range, starting at a USD$100 minimum commitment for voice-over talent compensation per talent

Jobs meeting our minimum requirements are approved and sent out to talent according to their project notification preferences.

You can manage your job notification preferences from your My Account area in your Settings.

The list is available to clients and voice-over talents in our Frequently Asked Questions database.

This is just one more way that we are working to assure a high standard of quality, financial compensation, and the moral content of the work that we approve for our talents.




    One for all and all for one, helping everybody.

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    • DeftCreastews
    • August 20, 2007 8:12 AM

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