Promote Yourself : Voice Over Strategies

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    Join Voice Over Expert Rodney Saulsberry as he teaches you how to “Promote Yourself: Voice Over Strategies”. As instructed in Rodney’s book “You Can Bank on Your Voice”, learn how to advertise yourself with the saturation method and get your name on the client’s brain.

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    Tags: Rodney Saulsberry, Promotion, Marketing, You Can Bank on Your Voice, Voice Over Strategies.


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    Your Instructor this week:
    Voice Over Expert Rodney Saulsberry
    Rodney SaulsberryRodney Saulsberry is the author of the best sellers, You Can Bank on Your Voice and Step up to the Mic. The voice of Twix Candy Bars, Toyota Avalon and the Zatarain’s Jazzman, is also in demand worldwide for his voice-over coaching and commercial workshops. For more than two decades the Detroit native and University of Michigan graduate has given voice to many movie trailers such as, Finding Forrester, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Dumb and Dumberer, The Best Man, and Friday After Next. As an announcer, he has worked on the NAACP Image Awards and the Essence Awards television specials. Saulsberry, the voice of Joe Robbie Robertson on the cartoon series Spider-Man, resides in Agoura, California.
    Rodney also has an upcoming six week Promo and Trailer Teleclass. The six one hour sessions takes place on Thursday’s September 20th through October 25th.
    Learn more about Rodney’s teleclasses by visiting his website, RodneySaulsberry.com.
    This podcast episode is an edited excerpt from Rodney’s audio CD, You can Bank on Your Voice, which can only be purchased on his website at: http://www.rodneysaulsberry.com.

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    Stephanie Ciccarelli is the Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Voices.com. Classically trained in voice, piano, violin and musical theatre, as well as a respected mentor and industry speaker, Stephanie graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario. Possessing a great love for imparting knowledge and empowering others, her podcast Sound Stories serves an audience that wants to achieve excellence in storytelling. Stephanie is found on the PROFIT Magazine W100 list three times (2013, 2015 and 2016), a ranking of Canada's top female entrepreneurs, and is the author of Voice Acting for Dummies®.

    5 COMMENTS

    1. Rodney obviously realizes that you have to grab the bull by the horns and take charge of your own career.
      Listening to his podcast reminds me that I need to promote myself.
      Thank you Rodney!

    2. Dear Mr. Saulsberry,
      Thank you for such an inspiring podcast. I just ordered
      some postcards last week.
      Best,
      Darrin Bradley

    3. Dear Rodney,
      Thinking like a corporation to promote yourself is brilliant! I never looked at it that way. Thanks for sharing.
      I also want to thank Voices.com for all of these Expert podcasts. They are very helpful.
      Cheers,
      Peggy Brewster

    4. Thanks for your insight on affiliate marketing. I have a few tips of my own to offer. First, realize this is not an overnight business. It might take a few months after you start for the real income to start flowing in, especially when using whitehat methods such as SEO to bring in traffic. Second, resist the urge to promote every single cool looking offer or brand new product you find. It is better to focus on one product or service at a time, researching and finding everything you can about thet product or service, and throwing everything you can at the promotion of that product. Once promotion of a particular product or service is bringing in steady income for you, then you can consider promoting another product. Third, it is very important that you research and create a business plan before you start, and then always stick with that plan while you work. Affiliate marketing takes work, but if done correctly, everyone can make some money.

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