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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

April 14, 2009

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Welcome matDo you have voice over musings spinning around in your head that you'd like to share with an audience?

Maybe you'd like to step up as a guest blogger!

Find out how you can get even more publicity through Voices.com by becoming a contributor to the VOX Daily blog.

Contributing Articles

There are few better ways online to establish yourself as an authority or expert than to write some good, solid articles. Quality articles, I might add, not only breed credibility but they are also linked to and republished.

Who is this opportunity suited to?

๏ Voice acting coaches and teachers
๏ Voice talent bloggers
๏ Voice actors who like to write
๏ A voice over professional with a story to share
๏ Casting directors and agents
๏ Union representatives
๏ Industry professionals
๏ Audio recording engineers

Ideal Article Length

Generally, 250 - 500 words is the right amount to write a substantial article. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule, but if you like solid parameters and want to stay in the safe zone, shoot somewhere in that range.

What should you write about?

Anything to do with voice over! Of course, the content needs to be family friendly and in good taste, but otherwise the spectrum of content you could produce is quite wide.

Kinds of articles to consider:

๏ Educational
๏ Business
๏ Technical
๏ Opinion Piece
๏ Product Review
๏ Expository Piece
๏ Personal Reflection
๏ Interview

General Guidelines

Why have I set guidelines for this? Simple.

VOX Daily is read and enters the email boxes of thousands of people every day representing varying ages, backgrounds and beliefs. Out of respect for our subscribers and online readers, the content must be of high quality, relevant to voice over, and free of questionable material.

Email Your Article

Send your material to my email address by clicking here

Looking forward to helping you get the word out!

Best wishes,

Stephanie

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