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Voices.com Client Webinar

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

May 15, 2007

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Voices.com Client WebinarAre you a voice actor who also uses the Voices.com website to outsource work?

If you are, you're invited to attend a webinar hosted by Erica Bontje of Voices.com tomorrow at 2 p.m. EDT (Wednesday May 16, 2007).

Learn more about how the service works from a client perspective and experience aspects of the new Voices.com!

As Erica blogged about last month on Casting Voices, the time has come for some great new features to be introduced at Voices.com!

We™re working hard to make finding, hiring and compensating voice actors (that's you) easier than ever before for clients who rely upon our web service to do business online.

With these new features, you'll be able to be invited to specific job opportunities (Public Leads) posted at Voices.com, or for a job that you are one of a select group of talent to audition for (Private Leads).

Beginning Wednesday May 16th, Erica will be hosting weekly webinars introducing the new features to clients who hire voice actors.

Why don™t you join her to learn the details first-hand?

Register for the Webinar by clicking on the button below:

Register for the Webinar






    Thank you for helping to get the word out! I'm very excited about the new features (as we all are!) and I'm eager to share the information. Clients are already using the new features and are finding them to be very useful!


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