Is Your Website Really Bringing You
Business? How To Check & Fix It ...
May 13, 2010
The voice-over field is too competitive for you to be handicapped by a website that isn't helping you attract more auditions and assignments, says media marketing guru Dan O'Day.
"Unless you plan to scamble for every VO dollar that's spent on the cheapest voice available, you need a website that's a vital part of your marketing plan," he says.
O'Day's new Websites For Voice Actors - a 2.5-hour mp3 audio recording and Study Guide - can help identify what isn't working on your current website, and how to fix it.
O'Day notes that the audio's info is "100% non-technical," focusing instead on effective marketing.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Specifically, it teaches:
Whether your current web site was created by you, a friend, or someone else, this audio will help you understand what will really work, says O'Day.
"A professional, very artistic web designer (may have) created a fancy site that looks great," O'Day notes. "It's good for your ego, but for some reason you're not getting much traffic, and little if any business from your website."
In this case, O'Day identifies five ways the "artistic" web design is driving away potential clients.
"EASY TO UNDERSTAND"
The seminar is a recording of a teleseminar recently given by O'Day. Attendees wrote:
The audio seminar and study guide are available now, as instant downloads, for $99.
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