By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 17, 2011
Do you audition more than you'd like to?
Having any trouble deciding which job postings are best matched with your individual abilities and skills?
Voices.com is releasing a new feature called VoiceMatch that will be beneficial to both talent and clients using the site.
To learn more about VoiceMatch be sure to read this post!
VoiceMatch is a name for what we've been doing all along...matching up profiles with job postings! You'll soon have access to new features that will help you to better evaluate opportunities at Voices.com.
à¹ Know how well matched you are
à¹ Decide whether or not to audition
à¹ Save precious time
à¹ Use VoiceMatch as a virtual casting director
à¹ Easily see which talent best meet their job posting requirements
à¹ Sort by VoiceMatch
Talent will use VoiceMatch as an indicator for how qualified they are for a particular job saving time when auditioning online. The VoiceMatch score is out of 100 and puts a numerical value on their direct match and helps to take the guesswork out of how likely one is to be considered.
Talent will see their personalized VoiceMatch score in job posting notifications and on the job posting web page. If a talent auditions for the job, clients will be able to view their VoiceMatch in relation to their job posting on the page where responses are viewed.
The default order of auditions will still be first-come first-served, however, clients will be able to sort by highest (best) matched to lowest matched responses.
*** UPDATE - Friday October 21, 2011 7:12 p.m. EST *** Before you comment, please note that we have decided NOT TO SHOW VoiceMatch scores to clients when they review auditions. Thank you, Stephanie
***UPDATE - as of Spring 2012 *** Audition submissions are now ordered by highest VoiceMatch score to lowest. To confirm, clients still do not see the scores alongside your auditions. This is good news for those of you who are unable to audition right away but are closely matched to an opportunity. Thank you, Stephanie
VoiceMatch will empower you to make better decisions as to which job postings you audition for. This is pretty exciting!
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