By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 4, 2006
Do you have an area of expertise in the field of voice that you would like to share with the world? Send us your article for consideration on the VOX Daily Voice Overs blog! If you'd like to submit an article for publication on VOX Daily, we've got great news for you.
As of today, we are now accepting articles related to the voice industry from freelance writers, experts and professionals about topics related to voice-overs, voice acting, casting, technology, commentary, and more.
For those of you who already written an article, I encourage you to send it to us via email so that we can publish it on the blog.
As always, in return, we'll provide a link back to your website. Just let us know what the URL is in the email.
If you haven't written anything yet but would like to share your thoughts on a particular topic, here are some tips for writing articles that stand out:
Title: The title should be brief but very catchy.
Precede: A precede is a short description of the article, summing up what you are about to read. This is also known as a summary.
Lead: The opening paragraph has to get the attention of your reader.
Some ways of doing this include:
• Make a statement and then justify it
• Announce a fact
• Use a famous name or title
• Describe a setting
• Incorporate a quote
• Share an anecdote
• Create a mystery
• Quote some lines from a song or poem
• Apply shock and or suspense
• Ask a question and then answer it
• Endings Matter!
• A story needs to end with a sense of purpose. Endings are what readers will remember.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
StephanieRelated Topics: industry
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