Friday, March 12, 2010

Voice Over Job Posting Reaches All-Time High!

Last month, in only 28 days, Voice123 handled a record 1,111 SmartCast job postings on Voice123, in addition to the hundreds of private jobs posted through the site. (SmartCast-disabled projects.)

If you look closely at the Project Directory, you will notice that Voice123 has steadily grown into the leading voice over job resource for voice talent. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for being a part of Voice123 because voice seekers find the most professional voice talent in the world on Voice123, more than anywhere else, and we never lose sight of your importance to us and the voice over industry.

We handle the volume of traffic on Voice123 with a friendly, intelligent, and supportive team that understands the growing needs of the online voice over community.

From our team... We thank you for being a part of Voice123. Your needs are important to us. Working to handle so much job traffic is a pleasure for us, and we hope it is a pleasure for you.

Best regards,

Voice123 - The Voice Marketplace
Steven Lowell
Public Relations Manager
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Debbe said...

I have received some amazing jobs and expansive exposure because of your site. Thank you for your dedication to the professional voice talent and those seeking our services. I am most grateful.
Debbe Hirata

reed rudy said...

you guys are awesome. i'm so glad to be part of the team. i know you folks have my back. thanks much, Reed

Jenna Rowles-Romito said...

Great article!! I am very pleased to be a part of this talented community! Thanks for all the opportunities! -- Jenna Rowles-Romito, Pgh. PA :)

The Tourist Network said...

Granted I had to listen to an inordinate number of auditions, but the end result is perhaps all that matters? As someone who uses Voice 123 every now and then, it is possible to strike GOLD. Recently I found two major talents (out of app. 100)that I will use for years to come. One VO artist obviously recorded the posted project and the other talent was immediately used "elsewhere," but within the same company. I must say that IF you have time to sift through the extraordinarily high number of dilettantes, you'll most likely find what you need and perhaps then some. THEY are there, but you must persevere (and then some).