There is a huge range of work out there for voice over talents. But what kinds of jobs do you really want? AJ wants to focus on doing voice overs for TV network promos for local affiliates and cable providers, radio imaging, promo work, etc. so he markets himself to that audience. Use social media channels, buy Facebook ads, banner ads on industry sites, become a premium member of Voice123 (shameless plug here, but Voice123 is just one part of your marketing strategy), connect with the voiceover community. What do you have to offer?
January 4, 2012
Do or do not…There is no trying in voice overs – Part I
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