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Best of the Best Web 2.0 Web Sites

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 2, 2006

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Recently, Software Development in the Real World posted their Web 2.0 cream of the crop list, recognizing Voices.com as one of the Best of the Best.

Best of the Best Web 2.0 Top Web Sites Voices.com

We're very excited to announce that we've been recognized as one of the best Web 2.0 websites in the world!

According to the most recent and highly regarded Web 2.0 top-end service providers list, Voices.com is the place to be if you are looking to buy voice over services or to get work as a professional voice talent.

What makes a site a 'Web 2.0' site? According to Software Development in the Real World, Web 2.0 is the bigger, better, second coming of the World Wide Web. In turn, websites that qualify as Web 2.0 caliber embody several unique characteristics such as opportunities for users to contribute to the site, network with each other, organize, and categorize their content.

To demonstrate, Google, YouTube, and Flickr all qualify as Web 2.0 companies.

Voices.com is a part of this elite circle, trumpeted as the best place where people can find work online in the audio industry, specifically, anything to do with the human voice.

Thank you for helping to make Voices.com the official voice marketplace :)

To your success!

Stephanie

Related Topics: Google, industry, YouTube


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    Stephanie, Dave and all the Voices.com team...

    A hearty congratulations for this well deserved honor.

    Be well,
    Bob Souer

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