sign up for our
NEWSLETTER

Home Shop Subscribe Advertise Articles Directories Classifieds Calendar FAQs Contact Us Login
PEOPLE
Senior Voice Actors Are Treated To
New Website For 'Seniors Like Us' ...
November 19, 2013

By Bob Noble
Voice Talent

What does a Senior Voice Over artist do to pass the time of day while waiting on the next audition?   

What else - build a website  just  for Seniors, and, everyone else who will sooner-or-later become one.  

Most voice over guys and gals already have a website highlighting their achievements in our industry. They’re loaded with audio clips, photos at the mic and testimonials from satisfied clients. 

As you know, we seldom see  comments from our unsatisfied clients . . . that’s a "no no.” Duh!  

So, what are most Seniors interested in? Unfortunately, sex is now near the bottom of the list.

Mostly at the top are: news for and about their generation, humor about them, grandkids and others, years in the military, entertainment folks past and present, and finally, products and services they can get excited about.  

Bingo! We now have the key pages of our new website: SeniorsLikeUs - at http://SeniorsLikeUs.net.

CHECK IT OUT ...

So where do we go to find this kind of material?   

We started with our old and current emails that had info and video clips received from friends, and others over the years. 

The search engines were also a "gold mine” of material, and we relied on our own memories  . . .  at least those that hadn’t faded with time. After all, I’ve turned 40 twice already . . . plus 1.  

After two weeks and as many nights, the website is now "up and running” and is listed on more than 100 search engines including  Google and Yahoo

Viewer comments are also now pouring in . . . we’d love to have yours. Unlike many websites, http://SeniorsLikeUs.net  is being updated with new material on an almost daily basis.  

Ever wonder at what age you become a Senior Citizen? You’ll find the answer to that question at the top of our website’s home page. The answer may surprise you. You may be there already!                                                                 
-------------------
ABOUT BOB
Bob Noble 
has been a voice talent, audiobook narrator, producer and actor in motion pictures, television and theater for more than 40-years. He works from his home studio in Orlando, FL, where he and his wife Marie enjoy "retirement" and look forward to hosting their new website.

Email: bob@SeniorsLikeUs.net
Web: http://NobleVoices.com
SeniorsLikeUs: http://SeniorsLikeUs.net

  
Your Daily Resource For Voice-Over Success
Tell Us What YOU Think!
Please Note: Since we check for spam, there will be a slight delay in the actual posting of your comment.
Your Name:
Your Email Address (will not be published):
Your Comment:
Your Comment:
Security code:     
Comments (5)
Cecelia Jones
11/20/2013 at 1:33 PM
Love it! Thrilled to see this article on this blog. As a senior now entering into the world of Voice acting, it's wonderful to see a thriving "senior Community" here.

Thanks for the memories and the laughs.
Jennifer Dixon
11/19/2013 at 2:16 PM
Hey Bob,
This is grand. You were one of the first people to greet me as a new VO actor a couple of years ago and first to wish me Happy Birthday the year I started! Suffice it to say I qualify for this website ;-)
Congratulations to both you and Marie for starting this delightful site. Cheers! Jenny
BP Smyth, Narrator
11/19/2013 at 10:31 AM
Excellent Bob, great idea. Thank you for providing a site like this. I will definitely be a frequent visitor.

All the best to you and your wife Marie.

BP Smyth, Narrator
www.BPSmythVoice.com
bpsmyth@bellsouth.net

Yvonne Schwemmer
11/19/2013 at 10:24 AM
Thank you for this article, Bob! Great site and resource. Having just retired from corporate America this summer, this will be useful ;)!
Roy from Roy Covert VoiceOvers
11/19/2013 at 9:11 AM
Bob,

What a great site, Thank you !

Back to Articles
Terry Daniel and gang - lotsa info and laughs!
With Sean Daeley and Paul Stefano - check it out!
Scoop up this money-making advice from John Melley...
Inspiring interviews help your VO career