Whether you produce video content, develop commercials or make e-learning materials when it comes to writing scripts you always have the idea, the brief, the message and your target audience in mind. You can then apply lots of different tricks to keep you
A little while ago we wrote a blog on how to record voiceovers while on vacation. In the meantime, summer passed and we’ve received lot’s of great stories and photographs from our voices. Crammed in closets, cars and corridors.
Last week our clients got this back-from-holiday card, and on it a nice discount for the next voice-over project. Fancy a discount, simply click here and get your unique code.
Ask ten marketeers where they spend their money online and nine times out of ten you’ll hear: search engine marketing. After which the conversation will go directly towards Google Adwords or Facebook. I rarely hear anyone talk about YouTube. A shame
It’s almost summer. Meaning relaxation on the one hand, but for the working class, it means a lot of business events on the other. Every year the number of festivals grows incrementally. So to help you see the wood for the trees we’ve made an overview of
Once upon a time… you had to travel to a studio for every voice over you needed. You hired a studio, booked a voice actor and tried to align the agendas of all involved so that you’d be in the studio, together. And, if you stumbled on a retake...
In line at the local grocer, you bump into a former colleague of yours that you haven’t seen since you launched your new business. With limited time, what do you say? And what if you bump into an investor?
Here’s the dilemma. You are a talented voice over expert with a large book of business. Your clients want to collaborate with you all the time, but you’ve got an upcoming vacation planned.