WFHVA #22: 3 Creative Voiceover Services You Can Offer Clients

WFHVA #22: 3 Creative Voiceover Services You Can Offer Clients

Auditioning is important. Especially as you start out, it’s the lifeblood of your business. And frankly, even two years later, it’s still the 2nd biggest piece of my business success.

But now that I’ve had some time to take a look at how I do business, what I want to do more of or less of, and how I see myself showing up for my clients in the future, it’s got me thinking of other less common ways to be a resource for my clients and keep my work relevant and fresh.

One of the ways to do this is to get creative with what we offer our potential, current, and future clients. Because there are so many different genres of voiceover and our clients have a vast array of needs, it’s important to show them that while we may not be jack and jills of all things voiceover, because we don’t need to be, we show up in a holistic way with the work we do and maybe in ways they haven’t come across with other talent.

In this episode, we’re talking about how to be creative with your service offerings. Meaning, we’re going to take a 10,000 foot overview look at our businesses and figure out some unique ways we can show up for clients and get paid.

Time Stamps:

0:50 – Beginning of episode.

1:43 – Bulk project pricing.

2:23 – Done for you services.

3:23 – Sponsor message.

4:18 – Casting management.

Links & Resources:

The Business of Work From Home Voice Acting for Beginners Course