With thanks to my manager and friend, Stacey Stahl for sending me the link … take a few minutes to read Drew’s Marketing Minute for today. As you might imagine from the title of this post, it has to do with being authentic. Read the post carefully and then think about how you approach voiceover work. If you business has been in decline for a while, is it maybe because you don’t speak with a real voice?
With thanks to my friend Chris Eder for posting the links on his blog, I read a couple of really thought-provoking posts today on Peter O’Connell’s blog and on a blog new to me called The D-Ring, written by military public relations specialist Steve Field.
I started this blog because I love to write and I wanted to give myself an outlet for writing that would also help me connect with other like-minded souls: other voiceover talent.
I also want to connect with the producers, writers, agents, studio engineers and others who are part of our world of voiceover because they hire or refer us. At the same time, like Peter says in his post, I’m really just writing this for you and me. Because we’re the only 2 people here.
Peter says he is concerned that his posts might be too long. I wonder if you think my posts are too short most of the time? Let me know. Comments are open.