VO Edit By Design
by Chris Thomas on July 31st, 2014

I ran across this older post by Doug Turkel today. He has a lot of good thoughts on how to run your VO business. If you are new to the business, this is a must read. If you are'nt new, then this might help you gain a better grasp on your business. Remember, there is always room for improvement.
Check out the article here.

by Chris on June 19th, 2014

Recently, I have been asked about voice over coaches. While I can recommend a handful of coaches whom I believe and trust to be very reputable, coaching is in no way a cheap endeavor. You should always do your research to be sure you are getting your money's worth. Never go blindly into choosing a coach; ask other people about who their coach is/was and get an honest opinion from them regarding services (content) vs. cost. You can also check out blogs and forums for recommendations. A plethora of information is out there; make it work for you.

Doug Turkel has a very interesting blog post regarding coaches; check it out and hopefully it will give some things to think about when choosing a coach.

by Chris on June 18th, 2014

So you are a narrator. Whether it be medical, audio books, educational, etc, long-form narration can be daunting at times. There will be those times when you will have words and names you have no idea how to pronouce. Adam Verner has an excellent idea. Click here to read his article.

by Chris on June 18th, 2014

For at least the past year or so, I have heard a lot of arguments regarding ISDN. In recent years though, despite being being popular with larger companies, the prices of IDSN are rising causing some companies and voice over artists some discomfort with the service. Bobbin Beam has a great article about this very subject, giving you something to think about in the coming years.

by VOEdit on June 17th, 2014

As part of your marketing stratgey, you should think about setting up a website. While this may seem like a daunting task and you may say "I don't have any experience with HTML" or "It's just so expensive", let me assure you there is an inexpensive way to have a website; SnapPages makes it easy and affordable. For less than $100 a year you can have a stunning website. For those who are familiar with HTML, they are also working on a Create option for you to create your own templates. Click here to learn more and be sure to mention VO Edit By Design.