As a client, how do you select voice talent? More to the point, how do you structure client communication as a voice actor, when you make the call to let a project go?Continue reading “Continue The Conversation #1 – When The Pieces Don’t Fit”
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Yavor Voynov – Voice-Over Rates
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Voice-over analytics dashboard and project tracker templates – Voice-Over Gems #1
The below Google spreadsheets serve as a free CRM for a voice actor’s work. Both templates contain sample data to get you started. Feel free to tweak what you need to suit your individual voice-over workflow.
The voice-over analytics dashboard visualises prospect outreach, auditions, and bookings over time, as well as job sources by the number of projects.
The voice-over project tracker helps organise jobs by stage – audition, negotiation or booked. It also allows you to easily reference each entry’s value, deadline, and source.
Professional IVR and Auto-Attendant Business Phone Prompts
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Technical specifications: 48kHz / 24-bit / Mono / .wav
Commissions for custom prompts are available upon request.
2. Thank you for calling!
3. Please leave a message after the tone.
4. We will get back to you within one business day.
5. For Accounting…
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15. You’ve reached us after hours.
16. Our business hours are…
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22. :30 (Thirty)
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25. To speak to the General Manager
26. For more information please visit our website at…
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The YouTube Game – Quality vs Quantity
Have you ever entertained the idea of becoming a YouTube creator but have no clue where to begin? There are so many things to consider that the thought of starting can become overwhelming. Along with the usual questions – what will I post about? Do I need fancy equipment? What will my friends and family think? – there’s one question that leaves many divided; how many times a week should I post?Continue reading “The YouTube Game – Quality vs Quantity”
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