Goals you ask? Why do I need goals? Isn’t this just about selling my voice?
Well, without a simple plan, you really don’t know what you're working towards or who to ‘sell’ your voiceover services to.
Your ‘goal’ for example, could be to make say, 10 contacts per day to build your business... plain and simple… So, now you have a goal! and you can develop and build that goal, adding to it as your voiceover business grows.
Before we get too deeply into this, maybe we should discuss the term ‘niche’… what is a niche anyway? and what’s mine?
A ‘niche’ is your area of expertise,
Something important to consider: Your niche initially is, what clients seem to most frequently employ you for.
There are so many resources available to the new voice artist, It’s hard to know what’s useful and what’s not…
The Web is ‘awash’ with courses a-plenty! Some with new information, some with old and outdated tools and tricks…
That’s why I’d point you to a coach or mentor that currently makes a living doing what you want to do… A voiceover coach that has ‘runs on the board’ and who successfully works at making voice overs for their varied and happy clients.
This brings me to my last point,
If you’ve seriously considered the cost of setting up your voiceover business you’ve probably come to the conclusion that quality voiceover items are going to be costly.
You’ll be pleasantly pleased to know that you can get yourself ‘organized, operational, and in business’ for under a thousand dollars.
So here’s the basic list:
Keep in mind, This basic list can be updated and expanded upon once you start to make some profit from your growing voiceover business but the above will certainly get you started…
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To your continued voiceover success,