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Why should you hire a voiceover voice? Simple. You need a human voice to connect with fellow humans. Only voiceover voices can get you that. Trained people who know how to say what your clients want to hear, from the awesome script that you’ve written!
What to do! And how to do it! Where are they, how do you hire them, how do you conduct business, what happens with the script, etc.. I have the answer! How to find and hire a Voice Talent! It’s not that hard, actually, and doesn’t need to be scary. You can do it, and it’s quite easy.
Voice Talent are all over the place. The nice thing is, many of them are self-employed How to find an hire a voice talent is pretty easy. You can of course visit sites like VOPlanet.com, Voiceovers.com, Voices.com, Voice123, Bodalgo, VoiceRealm, ACX.com, etc..but ultimately, I, like many other voice talent, are right here and waiting, and you don’t need to sift through a million auditions just to find that perfect voice. How to find and hire a voice talent depends on your willingness to work directly with a client rather than outsource that work to a company, such as the ones listed above. It’s not hard.
First things first. You have a video. You have a script. You need someone to voice it. So you do a google search, and you may have searched for exactly what I’m writing about here: “how to find and hire a voice talent.” If that’s what you googled, raise your hand! 🙂 You found one. I’m a voice talent. We’re here, scattered all over the web, and waiting to be found. You might be looking for a male voice talent, or a female. You might want a young adult voice. You may want a more senior voice. You may want British. Spanish. Australian. A Sam Elliott-sound alike. A Cate Blanchett-style voice. It all depends. But you can search for it with those keywords and perhaps find what you’re looking for that way. Ultimately, all of us use our websites in different ways, but if you’re searching for how to find and hire a voice talent, the first part is pretty easy. So now comes the second part. The hiring.
You talk over the semantics of the script, its reach, its scope, its duration. The voice talent (pick me! pick me! 🙂 gives you a quote and shares with you what their contract entails, and how quickly they can deliver said script. There are other entanglements of each project and all that that you’ll discuss. All YOU really want is to hear your beautiful and life-changing script recorded and sent back to you in a broadcast-ready .mp3, .aiff or .wav file, right? That voice talent should be able to deliver on their promises and turn that file(s) around to you quickly enough for you to get back to work and assimilate it into your video. Then you’re ready to go. You can obviously resort to many of what are known as the “P2P” sites, the voiceover marketplaces, such as Voices.com, but ultimately, you’re going to get a better, fairer, and more direct and long-lasting relationship with a voice talent that you’ll be able to work with over and over, again and again in the future, if you work directly. So Google us! Seek us out. How to find and hire a voice talent is actually pretty easy. We’re here and waiting to be found. To hire us is actually pretty easy after that as well, if you find out that’s established and knows what they’re doing. I happen to be one of those voiceover artists, seasoned, weathered, established, fair, with super quick turnaround time, and excellent pricing. Many companies have asked me to tell their story, including 4Ocean, Nutrisystem, Juvilee, Microsoft, Wrangler, Deloitte, Cadillac, John Deere, Unicef, University of Washington, Uber, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Car Toys, and many, many more. I’d be proud to partner with you and help you tell your story as well.
How to find and hire a voice talent is an easy process if you have everything ready to go on your end. You simply Google us, and then the conversation begins. You don’t want somebody pushy, you don’t want someone who overpromises and underdelivers, you don’t want someone with sales breath. You DO want someone real, approachable, friendly, conversational, natural, and human. Like many professional voiceover talent, I’m all that and more, and would love to partner with you.