How To Become A Signature Voice

How To Become A Signature Voice

Imagine being known as the signature voice of a company, the famous voice of a famous brand.

A “locked in” position like this is the golden ticket in voice over.

I am fortunate to have done so not once, but twice in my voice over career. First, for AT&T and now for Citibank who I continue to record for almost daily.

For me, the key has always been to keep the customer once you get them and to make sure you always provide world-class quality and customer service.

That’s obvious.

But how do you land these kinds of customers in the first place? How do you book that very first job?

It often starts with an audition and I’ve identified 4 ways to position yourself so your customers know you are “signature voice” ready.

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After you watch the video, I want to know your thoughts. Was this helpful? Write to me in the comments box. I want to learn what’s on your mind so I can support you and share your best practices.

Let me know your thoughts in the comments box. I want to read about what’s on your mind so I can support you and share your best practices.

To your voice over success,

Susan Berkley,
Founder, The Great Voice Company

       

14 Responses to How To Become A Signature Voice

  1. HI SUSAN,
    LOTS OF GREAT POINTS YOU MAKE ABOUT BECOMING THE “SIGNATURE VOICE” FOR A COMPANY. FOR THE PAST 9 YEARS I HAVE BECOME THE VOICE FOR MAVIS DISCOUNT TIRE THROUGHOUT NEW YORK STATE, PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY. WE HAVE DEVELOPED A GREAT RELATIONSHIP AND IT HAS BECOME RATHER LUCRATIVE.
    HERE’S TO OUR VOICES,
    TOM

    • Congratulations, Tom! Yes, the profit is in the repeat business and the relationship, which is key!

      Susan

  2. great advice Susan. I listen to you every week and use the information. this one seems like common sense to me. I am so more comfortable knowing as much as possible about the company and people I am working with

  3. Susan, thanks again for a positive message built around concrete actions we can take to build a serious business.

    Always appreciated,
    Stephen

  4. Hi Susan,

    Well said and very true. The more you know about the company going into an audition the better prepared you will be. After all, when preparation meets opportunity it will equal success!

    Thanks again for your informative video.

    Regards,
    Mark

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