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10 Essentials Of A Voice Over Website That 
Stands Out & Converts Leads To Customers

By Katelyn Dawn
Voice Actor, Branding & Website Developer

Do you want to make sure your voice over website is the most effective marketing tool it can be?

Your website is often the first point of contact with a voice buyer, and if it doesn't make a good impression, you could miss out on their business. It's essential that your website is easy to navigate, professional, and optimized for a fantastic user experience.

But, what exactly does that mean?

In this video, we explain all the features your website needs to make sure your website stands out and converts leads into customers. You have seconds to show voice buyers that they can trust in your skills, talent, and professionalism - so make sure to check off all of these pointers, and put your best foot forward!

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ABOUT KATELYN
Katelyn Dawn is a voice actor with credits in national commercials and corporate work for brands like McDonald's, CereVe, JP Morgan Chase, MINI, Aeroplan, etc. She founded Voiceover BrandSites to help create branding and website solutions, hosting, graphic design, and merch printing for voice actors. She has an associate degree in digital media design and agency and freelance experience in the field. Katelyn also ran an e-commerce store on Etsy for 5 years. She now helps voice actors define their unique brand and crush their web presence!

Voiceover BrandSites: https://voiceoverbrandsites.com


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Comments (2)
Rowell Gormon
7/11/2023 at 11:56 AM
THANK YOU! (and yes, I meant to shout that) The most concise description of sites and content I've seen in a long time. It has what I learn best from: "showing" in addition to "telling". I've been at this a long time but this short video still had info I hadn't heard before. I'll be following!
Mark Smith
7/11/2023 at 10:34 AM
Very nicely done Katelyn! A great insight of what goes into the creation of a VO website. Needless to say, I learned a few things that I will be sure to add to mine. Thanks again for the overview.
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