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In my experience, Pay to Play (P2P) sites are a great way for voice artists to find new voiceover clients.
If you’re not familiar with the terminology, “pay to play” refers to websites where there are rosters of professional voice talents who pay an annual fee to have the opportunity to peruse and audition for specific jobs, posted by voiceover » Continue Reading.
Lately I’ve been able to do what I truly love: collaborate.
Several clients I hadn’t heard from in a while contacted me with work offers: for ISDN voice over services.
There’s definitely something to be said for Real-Time communication!
I find it difficult most times to read a client’s mind (though I always do my best and I actually think » Continue Reading.
As a professional voice over talent, when time is of the essence, I step into high gear.
Which is why I am going to share a project I did recently with Doug Clark Creative—with whom I’ve worked many times, both on-camera and as a voiceover talent.
Doug Clark Creative was working with a new » Continue Reading.
Instructional videos are an important part of my voiceover services work, so I was happy to hear from this new client who found me via a web search.
We communicated only by email, but the process worked out well.
He needed a voiceover services audio turned around quickly for an e-learning type narration. Since his client was going to conduct » Continue Reading.
I’ve seen this video by Dove about “Real Beauty” a couple of times now. It seems to be making the rounds of social media. Good for Dove. So now, I’m examining the whole thing a little more closely, without the initial impact of the first viewing, and coming up with some additional thoughts and conclusions.
The first time viewer » Continue Reading.
Female Commercial Voice Actress Debbie Grattan reviews the highlights from her ongoing “Think Like a Producer” series of articles. In Part 2, she looks at some of the best marketing tips that have been shared in recent articles. Check out Part 1, “Voice Over Actress Tips From Producers Who Hire Voice Talent” to see more great tips!
1. A » Continue Reading.
Female Commercial Voice Over Actress Debbie Grattan reviews the highlights from her ongoing “Think Like a Producer” series of articles. In Part 1, she looks at the tips that have been shared around the Art of Voice Over.
As a working voice over actress, I have a pretty fun (and extraordinarily challenging) job and I get to talk with a » Continue Reading.
Here’s a very recent female narration project I completed for Durham School Services, which explains their “Child Check System” as part of an overall focus on child safety.
This was produced by Kaye Veazey of VZ Communications located in Lake Forest, IL, and I just recently connected with Kaye over the summer to work on this video.
Female narration projects » Continue Reading.
Part 3 of an Interview with Marketing Expert, Cindy Malouin of Malouin Marketing
Commercial Voiceover Services Talent Debbie Grattan wraps up her chat with Marketing Expert Cindy Malouin on the power of using video to market a commercial voiceover services business.
Commercial Voiceover Services Talent, Debbie Grattan: If you’re using a video on your voiceover services website, then obviously you » Continue Reading.
Caring for the mind and body is an important part of our everyday lives—for ourselves and our families. Which is why I’m very proud of the voice-over services work I’ve been providing for the health and medical industries.
In my career as a professional voice-over artist, healthcare and medicine are among my busiest industries, I get a huge amount of » Continue Reading.