By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 3, 2011
Got any tips on how to book voiceover jobs at Voices.com?
Professional voice talent Peter K. O'Connell is dipping his toe into the site for the first time and we thought it would be nice to give him a few tips to help him find his way and succeed!
If you have any tips to share with Peter, be sure to add them and join the conversation in today's VOX Daily.
Peter hasn't used the site as a Premium member in a number of years and a lot has changed since then. Instead of throwing him in head first without study notes or guidance of any sort, I thought it might be interesting and useful if we provided him with some ideas on how he can maximize his presence to attract more visitors to his profile and send in auditions that will catch the ear of prospective audio'connell clients.
The first tip I always offer to anyone on the site is to complete your profile and make sure that you are receiving email notifications for the work you think you ought to be auditioning for.
As I said, a lot has changed since Peter last subscribed years ago and whatever he has in his profile and preferences will determine the bulk of activity that he experiences.
Once the profile has been attended to, auditioning with custom demos is good form especially when a client attaches a script for talent to review. You'd be surprised by how appreciative clients are of talent who do this and how greatly is contributes to making the cut.
Lastly Peter, make sure that you stay in touch with Voices.com. If anything isn't going as you'd expected or you have something you want to bring to our attention, customer service is available by email, live chat and phone.
If you've found success using Voices.com and would like to pass some tips along to Peter that would make his experience even better, be sure to let him know by commenting on this article!
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