By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 8, 2011
How do you identify positive feedback regarding auditions you submit?
At Voices.com there are a number of ways you can measure feedback from clients using the site to hire talent but we'd love to hear your thoughts on what this kind of feedback means to you.
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Usually when we talk about feedback, we mean the kind that a talent and client can give to each other after they have completed a transaction at Voices.com. This consists of a star rating and written review of how their experience working together went.
There are other forms of feedback too such as our newly added check marks and thumbs up icons.
The green check marks mean that your audition has been reviewed and the thumbs up indicate that a client "liked" your audition. If you've received a thumbs up, this as a great vote of confidence with the very real possibility that you have been shortlisted or may be hired to record the job.
If you've received this kind of feedback, you ought to be pleased!
What sort of things do you look for in terms of feedback? How do those things help you as a voice over artist?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
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