By Stephanie Ciccarelli
June 19, 2006
Limiting your ability to audition is counterproductive, not to mention undemocratic...
I've been hearing some interesting things through the grapevine, and I thought I'd share some good news with those of you concerned about 'limited auditions' with other services:
We (Voices.com) DO NOT limit your ability to audition.
That concept is counterproductive, not to mention undemocratic. It would rob you of the opportunities that you deserve as a member of our service. It would also rob clients of the opportunity to hear you, potentially the perfect voice for their project, which could in essence, rob them of their signature company voice (that being you).
As you have experienced with us, our company provides more than just job leads. Our customer service is #1 in the industry and we believe in people, not numbers.
Your membership fee at our site (no hidden fees!) includes prompt, cheerful and helpful customer service, additional opportunities to be featured, community involvement, superior tools to market your voice and to be clear, the ability to apply for jobs that match your preferences (and also meet your moral and financial standards - a no compromise, win-win!)
Something that we take great comfort in is the fact that InteractiveVoices (soon to be Voices.com) has always been transparent in our business operations. We place more emphasis on our relationships with our customers than on sealing the deal. Trust is a key ingredient to help develop healthy and mutually successful business relationships.
We're a member of the Better Business Bureau and the TechAlliance, along with a number of other reputable organizations. We run our company based upon Christian morals and are not afraid to stand up for what we believe in.
We are not about numbers or 'audition credits' - those things will pass away.
What we're excited about is investing in people and giving you opportunities to grow, participate, and succeed.
All of us are a team, a community, and stand united upon the rock. We are Voices.com.
StephanieRelated Topics: industry