Ok, you might not like it, it might make you your stomach churn just to think about it, but you have to grow your network to have a successful voice over career. Not only will a larger network of industry connections present you with more opportunities to find work, but in this industry it's not uncommon for voice actors to recommend people they know who are more suited to roles than they are.
In this article, you'll find great advice from the founders of the The Voice Arts Awards on how to make and maintain your professional connections, how to use social media effectively while avoiding common mistakes in marketing yourself, and what mindset can serve you well when attending industry events to get the most out of them.
We hope it serves you well!
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