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Voices.com Success Manager is Here to Help!

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 15, 2010

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Success Manager at Voices.comAre you looking for some help with your Voices.com account?

Wonder if you can get another set of eyes and ears on your profile to attract more clients?

I'm pleased to formally announce that Voices.com subscribers now have access to a wonderful resource in the form of a new position created at the company to serve our talent members, the Voices.com Success Manager.

Learn more about how you could benefit in today's VOX Daily.

Hello, Success!

Did you know that at Voices.com you can have your own personal Success Manager?

Kelly Matthews recently joined our team within the last couple of months and has been helping our voice talent members ensure that their profiles are completed. Kelly's top priority is making sure that you get the most out of your Voices.com membership and put your best foot forward.

Who Can Book Appointments?

Voice talent who are paid subscribers to the Voices.com web service are eligible to receive free consultations by phone on how to best use their accounts.

During these personal consultations, Kelly also provides ideas that could help talent get more work and goes over some strategies for auditioning for and communicating to clients.

How Do I Book My Appointment?

To book an appointment with Kelly, you can email her at kelly@voices.com or phone 1-888-359-3472 ext. 121.

Warm regards,


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    This is wonderful! I recently spoke with someone in customer service who helped me with this as well, (and he was WONDERFUL!) but this is even better! I will be calling for my appointment soon! Can't wait!!

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    • Andrea Cyr
    • December 19, 2010 12:13 AM

      This is the kind of "above and beyond" service we all like to see. As someone who's just starting out, I'm loving the idea of having good guidance from the beginning. Talk to you soon, Kelly!

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