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Have a Blog?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

August 31, 2006

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Do you have a blog? Leave a comment and let us know what you write about!

man-blogging.jpgOver the last couple of months, I have seen a surge in voice talent blogs out there... that's great! Each of you has a unique voice, both behind the microphone and in your daily observations.

I've seen voice-over blogs on blogspot.com, blogger.com, word press, and more. A growing number of you are hosting your blogs on your own websites or domain names, a smart decision that creates more content on your website leading more traffic (and business) to you!

As I said, every so often I am lead to another great blog, and tonight was no exception. While reading Bob Souer's blog, I found a post dedicated to David Houston's blog, specifically, to an article that David posted about his take on getting started in voice-overs.

If you have a blog about voice acting, voice preservation, or voice instruction, leave a comment at the end of this post.

Looking forward to meeting more of you in the blogosphere!



P.S. If I already read your blog, leave a comment so that other people can learn about you and visit your blog too :)

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    I have a blog and a podcast (which gets distributed through a second blog). I do voiceovers AND I am a communications consultant, and the blog and podcast focus on communications topics -- writing, speaking, marketing, podcasting etc. You can find both through my main Web site URL at http://trafcom.com.

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      Hello. My blog (and podcast) are at http://www.whpodcast.com. I like to discuss the TV show LOST, Ballroom Dancing, the Green Bay Packers, as well as my voice-over "journey". I also have my main voice-over website at http://www.waynelhenderson.com. I am interested in checking others' responses to this VOX Daily blog to see what everyone else is up to.

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        Hi, Stephanie! Like you, I also enjoy reading Bob Souer's blog. In fact, I have permanent links to his blog, yours and a couple of other very interesting and talented voice artists whom I know on my blog at http://www.KarenBlogs.com.

        While I haven't been blogging as long as Bob, I already have learned much about blogging and definitely enjoy the activity. Through my blog, I feel like I am helping people interested in voice-over on a much greater scale than I could achieve on an individual basis.

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          Although broadcasting/voice-over work has been a longtime passion of mine, my 'other career' involves matters of the heart, hence the title of my blog: "Heart Talks"


          I love getting comments from people who tell me something I wrote 'resonated' with them. Voice-Over Artist, Communicator, Relationship Coach, Blogger, Friend. (so much to do...so little time) :)


          Glad Faith Klassen

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            Many thanks for linking to my blog and to the "getting started" post...thanks also for the kudos! I use the blog as its own page on my website, and it has helped direct more traffic there.

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              Agree totally with you Stephanie. Blogs are like diamonds (precious views and knowledge) on the Internet. Improves the mental and health while writing an article to post on the blog. I only just started.

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              • ShallowHal
              • September 2, 2006 11:36 AM


                Thank you for the link and for the kind comments. I'm delighted to see so much other voiceover blogging activity. We all have much to learn from one another.

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