By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 13, 2010
You might have noticed that Voices.com seems to attract more business related voice over work than any other type and it's true!
While Voices.com does receive work to the site for character voice acting and so on, there is a very good explanation for why the bulk of the jobs posted at our site have a more corporate feel.
Find out why in today's VOX Daily.
How do you figure out where the work is coming from and why it's offered?
Let's do a little exercise and ask ourselves the following question:
Who are the people with the money who have the greatest needs most frequently and with the most diverse projects?
It's the people in the corporate sector... in other words, companies that target their prospects, customers and others using a wide variety of methods and strategies.
Wouldn't it make sense that these companies and organizations have the greatest need for what you offer as a voice over artist, or dare I say, a critical component to their brand?
These recordings might be for:
Some of this work may not be glamorous but it is still a story you get to tell. You might also find that corporate clients become repeat customers, which of course is the goal :)
I'm interested to hear of your experiences with this kind of work. Is recording voice overs for business your bread and butter?
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