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MO-JOE Friday Videos, Episode 25:
Take Your Voice-Over Business Seriously
June 15, 2018

(VOXtra) - To succeed in voice-over, you must have a firm grip on the idea of running a business.

"Don't make the mistake of thinking it's all about the sound of your voice," warns VO pro and Voice-Over Booth Camp coach Joe Loesch.

"People often ask me, 'Is there a market for my voice?' to which I reply, 'Yes, there probably is, but are you willing to set up a booth to sell your voice? If you don't, someone who sounds similar to you, will.'"

Make sure the lesson in this MO-JOE Friday Video sinks in ...


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On the first and third Friday of every month, Joe Loesch delivers refills on all aspects of voice acting and succeeding in voice-over. Check out past episodes here.

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BTW: Did you miss Joe Loesch's webinar on Character Voices for Audiobooks and Animation? No problem: Click here to obtain the recording of this 2-hour fascinating inter-active event. This webinar was a special edition of Joe Loesch's Voice-Over Booth Camp Online, presented by VoiceOverXtra.

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And for more about training personally with Joe Loesch, please visit www.joeloesch.com/coaching.html


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