Booming Introduction for Marketing Podcast (56 Words)

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Job # 25084 Booming Introduction for Marketing Podcast (56 Words)

Posted Date
Sep 4, 2010 @ 04:27
Respond By
Sep 10, 2010
Word Count
Attitude, Booming
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

We're starting a podcast for our small marketing agency and we're seeking professional voice talent for a short branded introduction. You can learn more about us at - watch a few of our videos to get a feel of our personality. We work with high energy service professionals (lots of real estate agents). We'd like to hire you to read the below script (56 words) to introduce the podcast - booming, high-energy, announcer, big city radio style. If you could help us put music to it to, that would be great.

"You're listening to The Referral Shortcut, the service professional's marketing podcast - brought to you by It's about increased sales, more referrals, and making money with digital marketing tips and tricks PERSONALIZED to your needs as an elite professional. It's time for this week's episode of The Referral Shortcut with your host Frank Klesitz....."

(1) Here's a link to the podcast artwork:

(2) Here's a link to the 60sec audio track (edit this to support your introduction):

(3) Here's the title/description:

Professional Service Digital Marketing Tips
Vyral Marketing w/ Frank Klesitz

Increase sales, boost referrals, and make money with digital marketing tips for service professionals. Frank Klesitz, owner of Vyral Marketing - a video marketing firm, will teach you cutting-edge sales and marketing strategies so you can magnetically attract new clients faster. Listen to each week's podcast where you'll learn how to grow your business and make more money using the latest technology (social media, video, blogging, email, etc). If you work by referral only, this podcast is for you. Join the conversation with the web's only marketing podcast dedicated exclusively to those who independently run their own business.

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