Making money, honey!
All across the board, the single most challenging aspect of pursuing voice over as a professional is making a consistent amount of money to call a living, and in Julie Williams’ third edition of “How To Make Money in Voice-Overs”, listeners will learn how to do just that with this comprehensive course in voice over marketing for talent who want to compete in the global voice over marketplace, regardless of where they live.
The course includes almost 5 hours of extensive information from national voice talent Julie Williams as well as feature interviews with industry experts Gabrielle Nistico, Kristine Oller, Rob Sciglimpaglia, Stephanie Ciccarelli, Frank Maranzino, Larry Maizlish, and Jason Sikes.
Reviewed by Voices.com as a “must listen for all”, the value of the information product is relative to where a voice talent is in their career, particularly enlightening for those in the startup phase of their business. The program is well thought out, has excellent packaging and each CD sets the stage putting the material into context.
Voice over pro and author, Harlan Hogan, described “A wonderful source! It’s up-to-date, upbeat, and full of practical, pragmatic advice. I really enjoyed the interviews with various experts in the industry. Well worth the investment, even if you DO live in NY or LA!”
Williams took great care when selecting industry leaders as interviewees, representing a wide variety of highly qualified people sharing credible pearls of wisdom. Represented were minds from the voice over realm including marketing services, marketplaces, law, career consultation, graphic and website design, and audio production.
A bridge to voice-over marketing success, the 5 CD set is an enjoyable companion, including informative segments about:
๏ The Voice Over Business and Industry Changes
๏ Must Have Voice Over Demos
๏ How to Find Good Workshops
๏ Home Studios Even on a Shoestring Budget
๏ Agents and Marketing
๏ Auditioning Online
๏ Search Engine Optimization
๏ Candor from Casting Directors
๏ Organization / Career Strategy
๏ Radio Imaging
๏ Legal advice
Julie Williams also provides direction in the form of next steps, regarding:
๏ Career self-assessment
๏ Consider which genres of Voice Over to target
๏ Demos for different niches
๏ Studio Setup
๏ Websites / Marketplaces
๏ How to take advantage of free resources
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