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Top 10 VOX Daily Posts From 2011

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

January 3, 2012

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Voice Girl celebrating VOX Daily Top 10 posts in 2011 at Voices.comWith 2012 being only a few days in, there's some time to look back on what readers thought were the most interesting articles posted on VOX Daily this past year.

Which posts made the top ten?

What sort of things captivated the hearts and minds of voice talent this year?

Find out!

Most Read VOX Daily Posts in 2011

The most popular postings on VOX Daily ranged from technology to business insight to creative ways of using of the human voice!

1. Apple iPhone 4S Siri Voice
2. You Could Win an iPad! Enter Voices.com's Photo Contest
3. Interview with Beatboxing Phenom Mike Tompkins
4. How To Pick the Right Microphone For Your Voice
5. To Pop or Not? Are Pop Filters Necessary?
6. Client Experience Report Winter 2011
7. Tips For Getting More Eyeballs (and Ears!) on Your Voice Over Demo
8. 13 Things NOT To Do In Your Audition
9. Winter 2011 Release With New Features
10. How To Take Care Of Your Voice

What Was Your Favourite VOX Daily Article From 2011?

I'd love to hear about what you enjoyed specifically and also discover what you'd like to see more of in 2012 here on the blog.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

With warm regards,

Stephanie

Related Topics: Apple, how to, iPad, iPhone, Mike Tompkins, pop filter, Siri


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