By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 9, 2007
The ways of the past are no barrier to success for savvy voice over entrepreneurs of the new Google Era.
The search giant has brought more to our fingertips than any other web portal on the Internet, corralling relevant websites and taming the Wild West of the World Wide Web.
Free career resources and advice is available, job opportunities are bountiful, and the costs associated with getting started and building a home recording studio are at the lowest they have ever been thanks to online marketplaces and the global village.
Bearing this is mind, we thought it wise to help equip you with some information to help you to capitalize on using Google to the fullest to promote your voice over business.
Broadcasters from the old school of presenting are using their highly developed instincts and production skills to land jobs from other radio and television stations around the world.
Singers and stage actors from the theatre are exercising their vocal versatility, performing as voice actors in animation, film, and documentary narration as well as producing music beds and jingles for commercials.
Salespeople, former telephone marketers, and educators with great voices are flexing their persuasive musculature in commercials, telephony, and educational voice overs with the gusto and ambition of jockeys at the gate, waiting to unleash their voices on the world.
These are just some of the people who make up the voice industry.
This guide will help you succeed in the Google Era, one Google service at a time.
Let us know what you think.
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