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What is the Guest Membership?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 30, 2006

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What can I do as a Guest? Get the answers here!


At Voices.com, we have a membership level called "Guest".

While it's true that our Guest membership is a wonderful service, receiving the Guest service is just the tip of the iceberg!

As a Guest, you have limitations, namely less marketing opportunities (for example, Guests cannot apply to job postings), less room for your demos (only 5MB of audio), less visibility on the website (no Featured Talent categories), and lower rankings in the Voices.com search engine.

Who is the Guest membership designed for?

The Guest membership is ideal for amateur talent who are developing their craft and for professionals who would like to explore our website and get to know us better before making a commitment to our paid service.

That being said, Guests are being offered an incredible deal, and the Last Day of the Promotion Is Today!

If you are a professional voice actor, there is no reason to hesitate. Upgrading your service will only give you more of the opportunities that you are looking for!

Have you heard what your peers are saying?

Testimonials from others in your field, also known as satisfied customers, are available for you on our VOX Buzz blog.

See what your colleagues are saying about Voices.com here. Click on "Read more" for the entire testimonial.

Looking forward to serving you!

Best regards,

The Voices.com Team


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