Voiceover info, training and what's inside.

Need answers to questions about the voiceover business? Look to the blogroll on right for links to voiceover training, blog posts and more from great voices in the business. Plus links to pros in marketing and social media, 'wonderblog' sites I love, and a few of my published articles (sure to make my liberal arts professors proud. Maybe.) Inside the blog? Posts about voiceover, marketing, media, communications...and okay, one mention on pie. Find voiceover demos at my website: Spotlight Communications - Donna Reed, Professional Voiceover Artist or Spotlight Communications and on YouTube.

Because 2.0 can be even better than one.

Thanks for reading, subscribing, commenting, and making this blog possible. It will still be an ongoing blog, full of info about the world of voiceover. And my trips along the way.

We're expanding to WordPress territory as well.. And now...there's a new 2.0 location for my website.

 So come on over!

Voiceovers: it's one big social shindig.

There's a lot going on in the voiceover world.
Talent is everywhere. We're on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn (for starters).
You're smart to use Social Media. Now find out how it's smart to mix in your Social IQ - or social intelligence as well.
You don't have to be a rocket scientist to have a high social IQ and you don't have to have a high social IQ and be a rocket scientist.
Really.
But what exactly is social intelligence?
It's the ability to understand and relate to humans. All of 'em. On every level. A high level of Social IQ can work REALLY well with Social Media, and there's a book that can show you how.
According to David Goleman's book "Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships" we all have a certain amount of social intelligence, but there's always room for improvement! (for more info, check out David's interview here from Social Media Professional.)
Armed with a new awareness of your social intelligence, you'll find a better way to get the word out about your voiceover business. You'll know exactly what to say - and how to say it.

Since you're learning new stuff this week I'm also linking to Seth's Blog about what to do when the new thing doesn't work.

Because Seth is just kinda cool that way. Have a great week!