Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2010«

To Slate, or Not to Slate? A Common Voice Over Question

March 25, 2010 by

6

There are varying opinions as to why or why not someone should slate in an online audition. The truth is… with any creative field, you never have a definitive ‘right way’, but there is always a definite ‘wrong way’. This week, we examine ‘slating’ and why or why it is not done. Why? It was […]

Voice Over Ideas on Watermarking: ‘Been There Done That’ or ‘Always’?

March 19, 2010 by

6

The question has come up many times before: ‘Should I watermark my auditions?’. There are always varying opinions on whether or not you should, but I believe getting to the root of the problem as to ‘Why people watermark(ed)?’ will give more insight as to how to proceed. Remember that any creative industry is made […]

Voice Over Job Posting Reaches All-Time High!

March 12, 2010 by

4

Last month, in only 28 days, Voice123 handled a record 1,111 SmartCast job postings on Voice123, in addition to the hundreds of private jobs posted through the site. (SmartCast-disabled projects.) If you look closely at the Project Directory, you will notice that Voice123 has steadily grown into the leading voice over job resource for voice […]

Oops! Did I Just Market My Voice Over Business, Accidentally?

March 5, 2010 by

0

A powerful tool in working in the online voice over industry is to generate positive web content surrounding you and your business; mainly ‘being chatty’ about the success you are having, or positive opinions you have about what you are doing. It truly is no secret that when you are talking about yourself, or another […]