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Too busy to signup with Voices.com?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 12, 2006

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If you have a busy schedule recording voice over work every day but would still like to be a member at Voices.com, why not ask your manager or agent to sign you up for an account with us?

If you are a professional voice talent (whether union or non-union) with a full serving of voice work on your plate, you can still be a participating member of Voices.com.

Over the years, we have received many inquiries as to how we can serve talent who have representation. Recently, a very busy, professional voice talent with representation asked me how the Voices.com web service could fit into their marketing mix.

At the moment, the respective talent has a manager and agents across the country who manage many aspects of their career, including invoicing. Each day presents this professional with numerous voice over jobs, leaving little time to set out on their own to manage freelance voice over work opportunities, although the idea of more work has piqued quite a bit of interest.

My response to the aforementioned professional and to any of you who are in the same boat is this:

One sure to maximize voice over work opportunities while respecting your time and relationship with your agent or manager is to ask your representative to sign you up for an account with us at Voices.com.

That individual would be managing every aspect of your account, including uploading voice demos, filling out profile information, submitting your demos for voice over work, featuring your voice is special categories, and so on.

Their email address and contact information would be registered with us. All contacts and job offers made to you would be delivered to your representative via their email address, giving them the opportunity to represent you and negotiate terms on your behalf.

Here's a link to our membership comparison chart.

With our professional memberships, your representative will also be able to submit auditions on your behalf and market you in a variety of high-trafficked Featured Talent Categories.

You will enjoy priority search rankings in our voice talent search engine with the Premium membership. You will also be able to link to your website and include your managers' contact information in your Profile.

What do you think of this solution?

Best regards,


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Related Topics: agents, Non-Union


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