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Why We Do What We Do

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 4, 2007

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Voices.com Global MarketplaceFriday's post was necessary for a number of reasons, but I want to share the most important one with you now.

Find out what makes the staff at Voices.com tick.

Find out why we do what we do.

When we compared Voices.com to voice123, we wanted to highlight the differences and give you a chance to state the differences in your own words.

We do what we do because as Adam Fox said, we care about you.

Every action, every advertisement, every response, and every job posting is thoughtfully researched and crafted with your best interests in mind.

Whenever we make a business decision, we ask ourselves what you our customers would think of it, would want and benefit from.

This may sound cliche, but it's something that we live by; your success is our success.

That's why we have a Buzz blog, that's why we have an awards section, and that's why we ask you to share your stories, leave comments on blogs and get involved with your community at Voices.com.

This passion for voice over goes further than just Voices.com. We want to help unite the entire industry, and one of the best ways to do that is to recognize people for their efforts, include people in events and opportunities, and develop careers one person at a time.

We truly want to help you, so if you have a question to ask us, leave a comment, send an email or give us a call. Our number is toll-free in North America (1-888-359-3472).

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,

Stephanie and the Voices.com Team

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