20How to Work in the Business of Voiceover
Promoting and Marketing Your Voiceover Talent
Getting voiceover work is a numbers game: The more you hustle, the more contacts you will make. The more contacts you have, the more you will work. The more work you do, the better known you will become. The better known you become, the more people who want to hire you, and you get more work. It’s not quite that simple, but you get the idea—it truly is a numbers game. This chapter will help get you started on the right track.
If you’re just getting started in voiceover, you’ll be doing all the work; making the calls, sending the auditions, recording the sessions, handling the billing, and doing the follow-ups. When you are just getting started, this can ...
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