Module 5 – Making Money With Voice Overs

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    11 Responses to “Module 5 – Making Money With Voice Overs”

    1. August 16
      Brenda @ 7:45 pm

      Hello,
      My name is Brenda. I’ve been ask to do a commerical for a small radio station in the Chicago land area. This would be my first time. Would you tell me how much I should charge please.

      Thank you,

      Brenda

      • August 17
        Terry Daniel @ 7:34 am

        Hi Brenda,

        Thank you for the the question. I would find out what their budget is first and them come in somewhere around there. What is the length of the commercial?

    2. March 14
      Claudia Gonzalez @ 10:13 am

      Thanks for provide such as wonderful information,it is very helpful.

    3. October 5
      john hanna @ 2:20 pm

      i have finished all the modules that there was and i would like try, can’t say that i am perfectly ready but i am willingly ready to do so.

    4. April 22
      Barbara Corcoran @ 8:55 pm

      Terry~
      I feel like a sponge that has just soaked up so much information (I just went through all the modules and bonus videos, etc, in three days) that it’s going to take a day or two for it all to soak in and sort out in my brain!

      I’m a quick study (thank goodness) and I am so appreciative of all the time and effort you have gone through to provide all this DETAILED information!

      Nowhere else have I found anyone willing to go step by step through the process of not just performing the voiceover services, but also the nitty gritty of negotiating with clients, complete with samples of what to say, and what to avoid!

      I’ve narrated videos for small companies in the past, but never really knew “the business” like I feel I do now! I look forward to practicing everything I’ve just learned and coming back to show you some voice over career results that I know you’ll be proud of!

      I’m also a long-time writer, and by the way, just yesterday I used the “What’s your budget for this project?” line while negotiating a contract for a newspaper column I’ll be writing about Military Veterans’ issues. I sounded even more professional than I usually do, and made an excellent impression upon my client.

      Many thanks again!

    5. October 18
      Santanna Gadson @ 1:44 pm

      Hello Terry I was asked to do a 30 minute talk show at a local radio station how do you charge for that?

      • October 18
        Terry Daniel @ 5:12 pm

        Hi Santanna,

        That is a rare request in the VO business but what a great one! I would find out what their budget is and go from there. If it were a regular VO, 30 minutes a pretty lengthy project. Is this a one time gig or are they asking you do it weekly? Monthly?

    6. October 18
      Santanna Gadson @ 9:21 pm

      Weekly job Terry…Is this good practice for VO? That’s what I really want to do.

      • October 19
        Terry Daniel @ 6:24 am

        It’s not great practice for voiceover because radio broadcasting is a separate planet altogether. Working with a coach on a variety of commercial and narration scripts would be best practice. Let me know if I can help! 🙂

    7. February 11
      Michael @ 12:30 pm

      Hello,

      Question about the membership. Once someone has joined can you cancel at anytime or are you locked in at a minimum amount of months?

      Thanks!

      • February 12
        VOC @ 10:13 am

        Absolutely! Members are always in control and may cancel their membership at any time.

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