The Business of Voice Over
The voice over field is competitive. Building a successful career as a professional demands complete dedication. Unless your goal is to only work occasionally in the voice acting field, random moonlighting will not pay your bills, get you a job with Disney, or improve your skills to the level required - and expected - by clients who employ professional actors.
That being said, if you work hard and make voice overs your sole career focus, it is possible to have a lasting career with exciting job opportunities and a steady income.
When considering going pro, it's a good idea to keep your avenues open. Options include getting an agent, joining a union, and marketing yourself. The Voices blog has many articles about growing your voice over business which are a fantastic resource for those looking to find out more about any one of those strategies.
- Doing Voice Over Work Online
- Voice Acting Business Development: Voice Actors Share their Strategies
- Tips to Manage a Voice Over Business
- Setting Your Voice Actor Salary
- Money Matters: Is Your Voice Over Business Profitable?
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