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New Movie Trailer, Podcast, and Narration and Documentary Categories at Voices.com

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 10, 2006

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We've been hearing you loud and clear! Yesterday afternoon, we added some new Featured Voice Talent Categories to showcase your voice demos in.

This is pretty exciting news!

You can now add your voice demos to three new categories at Voices.com.

By popular demand, we've created categories for podcasts, movie trailers, and narration and documentaries.

Take a look at these beauties below :)

Movie Trailers, Podcasts, NarrationPodcasts and Podcasting Voices was a highly requested category addition.

Providing you with a category to feature your voice as a podcast host or podcast voice imaging artist is the ticket to getting yourself involved in an untapped market ripe with opportunities for professional, polished voices.

Movie trailers is a category dedicated to voice overs recorded to promote movies, whether newly released in the box office or DVD releases. Often some of the most entertaining and intriguing demos, this is sure to be a hit for clients visiting the Voices.com website.

Last but certainly not least is one of the most coveted and respected recording niches, the narration and documentary style. If you've narrated for human interest stories, historical, or scientific documentaries, you now have a new place to feature those demos.

In a previous post, we learned how to select Featured Voice Talent Categories in your Studio. To revisit this article or read it for the first time, I invite you to click on our Featured Voice Talent Category Tutorial.

If you're not sure if you've featured your voice, login to your account and visit your Studio to double check.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to reach more clients online by marketing your voice at Voices.com!



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    Stephanie, this is a smart addition to the site...especially in light of all the recent posts for Movie Trailer Voices and certainty of Podcast growth.

    This is another venue of exposure for talent and a handy tool for talent seekers!

    Thanks for all you do!

    Brian in Charlotte

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      Hi Stephanie!

      Thanks for all the improvements!
      One suggestion...

      When you added the new categories, you merged the "Foreign Voices" Category with the "Languages and Translation Services" category...

      The thing is...not all of us that speak a foreign language - even fluently as I do French - offer translation services...it really is a totally different skill-set than voicing...but I guess that's OK...

      Can I just suggest that you add back the word "FOREIGN" to the category? And maybe have the category read "Foreign Voices and Translation Services?"

      I know it would seem obvious, but I think it would be clearer for someone looking for a foreign VO voice....Just a thought ;-)

      Thanks again for all you do!


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        I agree with Brian. This is an excellent move on the part of Voices.com. Thank you.

        Be well,

        Posted by:

          Hi Liz,

          Thank you for your feedback. I've passed it along to our web department for consideration :)

          Thank you also to Bob and Brian for your comments and support.

          Making Voices.com better for you and for our clients is a top priority for us, so if you have any other suggestions, please email them or give us a shout.



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