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New Color Themes For Your Voices Website

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 5, 2006

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Did you know that you can customize your Voices.com website? Take a look at some of the cool things you can do to differentiate yourself.

Have you checked out your new website features yet? We've added new color themes to help make your Voices.com website feel more like home.

You can pick from five exciting colors, including aqua, pink, orange, green and white.

Want to see the themes?

Here's a snapshot of the color palette you can choose from:

Voices.com website color themes

As you can see, each color theme is powerful, vibrant, and complementary to the design and layout of your Voices.com website.

To better convey what I mean, I'd like to show you what selecting one of the new themes could look like using graphics as an aid.

Let's take a look at what your colleague Anna Vocino's website could look like with a new theme at Voices.com.

For demonstration purposes, Anna's website is modeling the pink theme, accentuating her web presence, logo and branding style.

Anna Vocino's Voices.com website

As you can see, the color theme is very attractive and energetic. The selected theme, complementary to Anna's web content, will keep visitors captivated and intrigued.

The color grabs you quickly and establishes a defined style and charisma while sharing a little bit about Anna with prospective clients by giving them visual insight into her personality.

Anna Vocino voice demos

Not to be outdone by the graphical interface, the opportunity to include keywords, or more appropriately, tags, to accompany voice demos is available to help set the tone for visitors at your Voices.com website.

From the snapshot, you can see that Anna's demos all bear descriptions comprised of keywords that best reflect her voice over demos. You can tag your demos by editing your uploaded voice over demos in your Studio.

Lastly, take a look at this.

Save and Share Voices

Clients are now able to save you to favorites, print your website, bookmark your website using del.icio.us, and submit your website to Digg directly from your Voices.com website.

In the very near future, they will also be able to subscribe to your website via RSS feed, in other words, alerts via email letting clients who love your voice know when you have added a new voice demo to your Voices.com website.

I'll go into the Voices.com concept of "Save and Share" features in more detail tomorrow.

Until then, enjoy exploring your website, and, if you're inspired to do so, select a new theme!

See you tomorrow :)

Stephanie


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