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Get With the Voices.com Crew on Facebook

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

November 7, 2007

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Have a Facebook Profile?

Are you into voice acting?

Do you looooove voice overs?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you're going to want to add Voices.com to your Facebook products... but how?

Find out at VOX Daily!

Voices.com Facebook Page

This afternoon Erica and David setup the Voices.com profile on Facebook and we're inviting you to become fans of Voices.com.

What do you need to do?

First, you'll need to have a profile at Facebook. If you haven't signed up already, Facebook is a free social networking website that connects you with friends, family, and business associates around the world.

You can sign up at Facebook here.

OK, assuming you are a Facebook member, here's your next step:

Add Voices.com by visiting this link and clicking "add to my products" on the right hand side of the page.

Once you have added Voices.com, you'll be listed as a fan and will be kept abreast of all Voices.com updates, offers, and news. It's that easy!

Come say hello and let us know that you're part of the club.

Looking forward to keeping in touch :)

Stephanie

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    You folks are indefatigable in your quest to market on the internet. Thank you for sharing this!

    Posted by:

      Wow marketing is just expanding EVERYWHERE nowadays isn't it! This is great, I'll make sure to add this :) Thanks for the info

      Sameera Daas
      Assistant to Julie Williams at www.voice-overs.com/ (Julie@voice-overs.com)

      Posted by:
      • sameera
      • November 8, 2007 5:36 PM

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