30 Second - Web video: Introduction to a website

Job #22138

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Job # 22138 30 Second - Web video: Introduction to a website

Posted Date
Jun 17, 2010 @ 15:40
Respond By
Jun 22, 2010
Word Count
0
Language
English (North American)
Gender
Male
Age Range
Middle Aged
Category
Internet

Job Description

What I need done:

I need a voice over recorded for a 30 second or less video that will introduce FindMyAccident.com to new users. This video and voice will be very similiar to the "How It Works" video on mailchimp.com. The script is already written and pasted below. We only need the voice recorded. We'll put together the video with music and everything else.
Please specify how revisions work. We don't expect to have revisions, but if we did want to request a revision - how would that work?

We'd like a friendly, conversative, trustworthy, refined, confident voice like the MailChimp How it works video mentioned.



Timeframe for delivery:

I'll need the voice-over recorded and delivered to me within 5 days of the response deadline.


The script:
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Findmyaccident.com is the internet's most innovative way to locate and interact with accident news.

To find an accident:
Click the state or water region where the accident occurred.
OR, if you know specific information, such as names or date ranges, use our search box to input what you already know
about the accident and click the 'search' button.

The state map will appear and display accident locations marked with icons.

Click an icon on the map to see an excerpt for that accident. If you wish to see the full details, click the title and it will take you to the accident report page.

The accident report page allows you to read the entire story, leave messages, dispute facts, upload photos, or obtain additional
resources, including help with legal questions.

Findmyaccident.com: a free accident resource created to help accident victims, friends, families, and witnesses...everywhere!
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