Networking Your Voice Here’s a great way to network your voice for free! Enjoy! Related Posts:Voice Over Warm-UpsLive Directed Voice Over SessionMaking a Radio Commercial in ONLY 6 MinutesVolunteering Your VoiceCatherine Campion Makes Her Living Doing Voice Overs Terry Daniel2010-02-27T09:37:06-06:00 9 Comments Scott Fortney February 27 at 11:52 am Terry, thanks for the tip! I did not know about this site, and will be heading there to sign up in a minute. Very, very useful information, sir! All the Best, Scooter Leslie Diamond February 27 at 1:48 pm Thanks, Terry! All signed up. John Sipple February 27 at 3:42 pm Hi Terry, As always, valuable information. As you said, we all want to know what to do once we’ve got demos, whom do we see? You’ve provided a great answer with meetup.com. Thank you, again. John Morgan February 27 at 6:01 pm I’ve been apart of meetup.com for quite some time but I never considered this avenue. Thanks! Christina Fadala February 27 at 6:14 pm Thanks Terry for the info. How did you come across this site? Deborah Angell Smith February 28 at 11:32 am I’m with Morgan…I got involved with MeetUp for political purposes in ’04, but haven’t used it lately…and certainly hadn’t thought of using it for this reason. Thanks Terry! MeetUp really is amazing – practically every niche interest you can think of is represented – from Star Trek fans to chihuahua rescuers – so you can also incorporate your personal passion into your voice business. I do a lot of political “robocalls” so my political volunteer work and network helps my voice business. Howard Ellison December 16 at 2:24 pm Hi, Terry. The reminder is appreciated. Here in UK I’ve got onto the broadly comparable Linkedin, however as there’s always so much happening in USA voiceover, Meetup looks to be one to take part in too. No face to face meetings likely, with all that sea in the way, but maybe Skype or somesuch? By the way, I wonder what experience people have had with the Australian-based site Freelancer.com? Quickly got a narration gig through them today, all the way from…England! Best seasonal wishes, Howard. Sasha Musango January 30 at 8:56 pm Frustrated by all these pseudo ‘talent agencies’ that take your money then have nothing to offer you in exchange.!!! Terry Daniel January 30 at 9:05 pm Hi Sasha, Real agencies should never take your money upfront. They do take 10% of what they book you for. If you’re frustrated, go above and beyong the talent agencies for work. Contact production companies, audio/visual departments of major corporations, business owners, recording studios, etc. There are plenty of other ways to get VO work out there. Comments are closed.