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New to Voices? 3 Ways to Get Plugged In

When I meet someone just discovering Voices and what we can do for their career, I get excited. Well, that’s putting it mildly. I am overjoyed! We’re here to educate, equip and empower our members, and that includes giving those who are  new to the site an easy way to join our community and conversations.

So if you’re new to Voices, here are three useful pieces of advice.

1. Create a Voice Talent Profile

If you are not yet featuring your voice with a voice talent membership on Voices, there’s no better time to get on the site. Signing up is easy and it doesn’t cost anything to create a profile. If you were at a Voices event or know about us some other way, be sure to mention your connection to Voices and let us know how we can help!

When you sign up for a membership, you also can opt-in to receive communications for boosting your career and industry connectivity including our monthly newsletter. You’ll receive all kinds of goodies, including tips for showcasing your voice and helpful resources on your journey with us.

Want to find new opportunities for work? Here’s a link to where you can sign up as a voice talent and create your talent profile.

2. Subscribe to Blogs and Podcasts

Get a weekly dose of top tier content produced with you in mind. There are sections on the Voices blog catering specifically to Talent, Clients and creative professionals in general.

There’s new content published regularly, so be sure to subscribe to get our weekly digest.

Plus, you can search the blog by category and keyword to easily discover 10+ years worth of voice acting information and inspiration.

Enjoy listening to podcasts more than reading? There are many to choose from.

Voice Over Experts is a collection of tips and tricks from coaches, professional voice talent and other industry luminaries. These are usually 5 to 10 minute lessons ranging from artistry to business to tech. You can subscribe via iTunes for voice acting tips.

Curious about the creative life and developing your process? To hear interviews with other creative professionals who are ‘making it’ in their own respect, such as writers, producers and casting professionals, you’ll want to tune into Voices’s Sound Stories podcast, featured in iTunes and Google Play.

3. Connect with us on Social Media

Are you using social media? Come engage with us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn! You’ll find links to those in the footer.

These channels promote awesome voice-over content and information about upcoming events. For instance, you’ll be among the first to know when we’re in your city. We love traveling. Some places make stops in are San Francisco and New York City, bringing expert panels and industry coaches along with us for engaging events.

If you want to get a feel for what life is like around the office and get a glimpse of the team, you’ll enjoy our Voices Instagram account.

We love hearing from you and creating meaningful experiences for our members. Here’s where you can read stories about amazing brands and voice actors working with Voices.

Are you part of the Voices community?

Comment and let me know!

Take care,

Stephanie

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  • Avatar for Latifa Hamdat
    Latifa Hamdat
    June 14, 2017, 6:41 pm

    Hi Stephanie,
    Thank you for your wonderful work. Thinking of others and helping them is really great.
    My name is Latifa. I heard about your website last year but I have just discovered it. My husband is jobless and I really would like him to join your community. However, I’m a bit overwhelmed. I have to go step by step so as to grasp everything. What advice would you give me? Thank you.

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    • Avatar for Tanya
      Tanya
      June 20, 2017, 2:58 pm

      Hi Latifa,
      Thank you for taking the time to comment!
      I’ve forwarded your request for more information to our support team so that you can get personalized information on how to start 😉 Please check your inbox for a message from us soon.
      All the best,
      Tanya

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    Jackie
    July 17, 2017, 9:17 pm

    What recommendations do you give for a microphone on a budget?

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  • Avatar for Chase Westwood
    Chase Westwood
    November 5, 2018, 5:14 pm

    Hi just curious myself which starting Mics you recommend?

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