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Get Your Voice Featured at Voices.com

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

October 19, 2006

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If you're a Premium or Preferred member at Voices.com, you have the ability to be showcased in a variety of Featured Talent Categories; invaluable pieces of real estate for your voice online.

Each Premium and Preferred voice talent at Voices.com has the opportunity to feature their voice-over demos in niche-specific categories linked off our home page.

These categories run the gamut including voice-overs for Television, Radio, Characters, Business Presentations, Translation services, Videogames, Telephone, Music production, and more.

Here's a snapshot of the Featured Voice Talent Categories at Voices.com:

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Now that we know where the categories are linked from, let's look at how to add them to your account.

The way to tell if you have already featured your demo is if the box in the column called "Featured" is checked.

If your demo is not featured, you will need to simply "Edit" the voice-over demo listing that you want to feature. You can feature demos right away in "Edit" mode by checking the box that says "Feature this Demo", then save your changes.

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When you have successfully featured your demos, your name and voice-over demo will be featured in the category of your choice.

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Best,

Stephanie

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