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Want to know about Voices.com Jobs?

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

September 18, 2006

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Find out what makes us different and how the job postings at Voices.com set us apart from other websites.

A part of our service is attracting clients to post voice over jobs for you to audition for at Voices.com.

Although this effort is of extreme importance, there is yet another aspect of our job acquisition activities that is even more significant...

We evaluate each job posting, making sure that it meets our job posting criteria and guidelines.

Everything from the job research, editing, following up, and posting (project management), is done by a member of our team at the office, protecting you from the potential spam abuse of automated systems.

Voices.com is all about how we can serve you. We have procedures in place to benefit voice actors and people who are posting jobs or searching our website.

How do we improve your auditioning experience?

- The jobs we post are legitimate
- All job budgets must start at USD$100 as a minimum requirement
- There are more details per job posting
- We provide accountability as we develop relationships with our clients as well as talent

Over the past couple of years, I sent out weekly emails to all of our Guest talent members, highlighting a sampling of 5 jobs (contact details / company details removed) to give an idea of the caliber of jobs posted at Voices.com.

After the move to Voices.com (we used to be InteractiveVoices.com), we thought that there must be a better way to share information about all of the job opportunities posted at Voices.com. Only seeing 5 examples a week (out of a potential 50 or more) may not satisfy the appetites of those wanting to know about our job postings immediately, even if they are unable to audition for them.

If you are a Guest talent at our website reading this post, please leave a comment with your thoughts regarding how you would like to see job opportunities presented to you at Voices.com.

Looking forward to your reply,




    I'm oOgerryOo.

    Just saying hi - I'm new.

    Posted by:
    • oOgerryOo
    • December 16, 2007 5:12 PM


      Roy here and just saying hi (new).


      Posted by:
      • roybaronoo
      • December 28, 2007 6:47 PM

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