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How To Schlep For Voice Over
In A Slumping Economy

April 8, 2012

By Deb Munro
Voice Talent and Trainer

How much effort and creativity are you applying to marketing your voice over skills? In today's challenging economic times it's crucial to take control and hunt for clients, advises leading Canadian voice talent and trainer Deb Munro.

Don't rely solely on agents or a website to make the phone ring.

"If you're not marketing yourself effectively, what ARE you doing?" she asks in a new podcast, Schlepping For Voice Over Work In A Slumping Economy.

Fortunately, this approximately 10-minute update on voice over today includes recipes for how to "market fearlessly," with special emphasis on developing long-term client relationships.

Click the arrow below to chef Deb's marketing kitchen ...

Deb Munro is a leading voice talent, coach, and owner of Chanti Productions, in the Vancouver, B.C., Canada area. She offers private voice over coaching by phone and Skype, and workshops on voice acting, business and demo prep in many Canadian cities.

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Comments (2)
Suzanne Muir
4/9/2012 at 12:41 PM
Great and absolutely true advice, Deb! Thank you so much for sharing ALL the info! I did just recently read something from Bob Bergen saying that he markets himself several hours a day. Nuff said!
The background music on your podcast was a bit distracting to me though:(
BP Smyth
4/9/2012 at 8:31 AM
Thank you, Deb, for your outstanding advice. Times are tough currently in this crazy business of VO, but like you say, we must stay on top of our marketing skills and never let up.
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