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How to get your name in Google & Yahoo!

By David Ciccarelli

October 20, 2006

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voice-talent-search-engines.jpgGetting your name to the top of the major search engines is key to your Internet Marketing strategy. Here's a tutorial that will guide you through 5 simple steps on how to get your Voices.com website listed in Google & Yahoo!

1. Update Your Voices.com Profile.

Google and Yahoo! love fresh, up-to-date information.

This information is used to help build your listing in the search engines.

Every time you update your website or Voices.com profile information, Google and Yahoo are notified to revisit your website and take note of the changes you made.

Update My Profile Now

2. Select Your Featured Talent Categories

Both Google and Yahoo! find your website by linking from page to page on the Internet.

By including your name in the Featured Talent Categories, you are guaranteed to provide Google and Yahoo! a link to follow that leads directly to your Voices.com website.

3. Add Your Voices.com Website to Other Directories

You can build "link popularity" by submitting your website to other directories. Here is a key directory you can submit your Voices.com page to:

Add your Voices.com website to DMOZ

4. Trade Links with Voices.com

If you have another website or personal blog, consider trading links with us. Trading links is a surefire way to establish trust in the eyes of Google and Yahoo.

Trade links with Voices.com

5. Press Release Distribution Service.

Order a press release package from Voices.com! Your press release package includes professional copy writing, editing, and distribution throughout our trusted media channels and to networks of journalists online. Each press release is between 300 to 500 words in length; each one putting your best foot forward. We understand you and the business of voice-overs. We're here to help you meet the press!

I trust you have found this information helpful. Keep us posted on your progress in the search engines.



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    • Rorie Papsco
    • June 17, 2007 10:08 PM

      Hi Rorie,

      Voices.com is a voice over marketplace. We help people to find and hire voice actors for their audio projects. Clients can hire talent by either posting a job to receive a variety of responses from qualified talent or contacting talent directly.

      If you're looking for more resources on how our service works, we do have some videos prepared online that you can watch:


      Also, if you are on the Voice Actor side of things, you'll really enjoy our podcasts and blogs.

      Listen to podcasts at this link:


      If you have additional questions, you are welcome to email me directly at stephanie (@) voices.com

      Best regards,


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