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Get Your Own Voices.com Badge!

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

March 9, 2011

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Cloud heart in a clear blue sky with vibrant green grass on the groundDid you know that you can feature your own Voices.com badge online?

We have a number of badges to choose from that can be embedded on your website, blog and beyond.

Take a look to see how some of your colleagues are displaying their Voices.com affiliations in today's VOX Daily.

Literally Wear Your Heart On Your Virtual Sleeve!

Want to show your appreciation for Voices.com?

Simply place a Voices.com badge on your website or blog by doing a copy and paste of a snippet of code. Here are three badges for you to choose from. We hope you like them.

Here are a few sites where talent have used badges:


Here's a Link to Where You Can Select a Voices.com Badge:


If you've added a badge, be sure to comment with where we can see it and let us know!

Best wishes,


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    Hi Stephanie,

    The links above seem to be broken. Can badges for Voices.com still be obtained?

    Posted by:

      Hi Jim,

      Yes, indeed, badges can still be obtained. I have updated the URLs in the article and will post it here as well. http://www.voices.com/community/badges

      Thanks for reading!

      Best wishes,

      Posted by:

        Thanks Lin!

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