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Platinum Membership Going Strong


By Stephanie Ciccarelli

July 24, 2008

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How are things going?

With so many questions coming in about the new Platinum membership, I felt it would be timely to provide a brief update on how things are going and what has been accomplished after two short weeks.

Successful Launch

The initial press release announcing the Platinum membership has been read 248,216 times according to PRWeb.

This is exactly the type of coverage Platinum members will be receiving throughout the year with their own customized public relations campaigns.

Advertising Network

The Voices.com Ad Network is also experiencing some promising growth. Impressions and click through rates have increased. This means Platinum members are receiving targeted traffic to their personal websites.

Content Production

We've been busy writing and creating new content for each of the partner websites. Each site now has several articles which have been instrumental in attracting new traffic from the search engines including Google, Yahoo! and MSN.

Each of the partner sites also provides a brief tutorial on "How to Hire Voice Talent" that instructs clients on the process of using the website, contacting the voice talent and what to expect after they've handed over their script.

Search Engine Optimization

While some people believe that it takes more than 1 year for new sites to gain top spots in Google, we've proven it can be achieved in a matter of days -- and we're just getting started.

Not only have the home pages of each of the 10 partner websites achieved top rankings in Google, many profile pages are already showing up in the search results. This will be a huge benefit for those looking to improve their own search engine visibility.

Social Media

We're launching some heavy duty campaigns this week, in fact, one of the biggest campaigns we've ever done. Articles and voice talent profiles will soon show up on social networks like Facebook, MySpace, Digg and Twitter. Erica Bontje, Voices.com's Social Media Manager, continues to work wonders in promoting the Voices.com web service and is ready to do the same for these new sites.

Exclusive Insider Marketing Reports

The first Insider Marketing Report is due out at the end of the month and it's going to be mind-blowing. David, our CEO, has been working on creating a powerful and actionable document that will give Platinum members an opportunity to capitalize on a new market that we've discovered.

Public Relations Campaigns

Platinum members waste no time. There are nearly a dozen unique public relations campaigns in planning. Those who've experienced our marketing machine at work know that our proven methods drive huge amounts of traffic in a short period of time. Better yet, we position the public relationship campaigns to have a lasting effect.

Design Updates

Each of the home pages have been redesigned to more prominently feature the professionals who wanted the visibility on the niche voice over sites. Here's what some of the specialized voice-over sites look like now:

TV Commercial Voices

Radio Commercial Voices

Cartoon Voice Talent

Movie Trailer Voice Talent

Business Voice Talent

Phone Voice Talent

Internet Voice Talent

Podcasting Voice Talent

Audio Book Voice Talent

Videogame Voice Talent

Any questions or comments?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,


P.S. To learn more about the Platinum membership, click here.

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