Much of my work comes in the form of e-learning. I can tell you all about common core. I can teach you how to run the new Papa John’s point of sale system. I can walk you through your utility company’s new website. As long as I have the script in front of me, anyway. I […]
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Entries by Bill Stage
Marketing is something I’ve struggled with as a business owner. I think we’ve all wondered what we could do differently to increase sales and stay “top of mind” when it comes to our clients. Not all of us are as dorky as I. Cold calling? I’m no stranger to calling strangers. Postcards? Sure. I’ve sent […]
I remember seeing Mike Rowe on an episode of dirty jobs recording a voiceover in a hotel. He was slumped over in a big comfy chair with a comforter thrown over the top of his head. He had a microphone in one hand a flashlight the other and the script balancing on his lap. He […]
When you want to learn more about the field you want to be in…you have to go ask the people who are currently excelling in that field. So, when I wanted to know more about voiceovers…I went to Dave Shropshire.
When you think about voice acting and voice actors you mostly think about cartoons. Mel Blank and Bugs Bunny, Nancy Cartwright and Bart Simpson or Seth McFarlane and Family Guy. If you’ve ever watched an animated movie in the past 10 years, you’ve no doubt said to yourself or the person next to you… “Who’s […]
When I first started my business back in 2005 as Bill States Voice Over, I did what a lot of voice overs do and test the waters in freelancing websites. May 11, 2005 I got my first job as a legitimate business through Voices.com. It was an “English as a Second Language” toy that was being sold in Hong […]
Technically I’ve been doing voice over for commercials since I was eight years old. Not professionally of course.
We did a shot for every goal. Except for a friend of ours who unbeknownst to us, was shooting water due to a pregnancy she had yet to announce. I’m not a huge sports fan, admittedly, but we’d watch Chicago Bears games when I was younger, Certainly not every single week and never with a whole […]
I got my WhisperRoom at a considerable discount. New, it would’ve cost me $6500, but I got mine for $1000
I wanted to give everyone a behind the scenes look at my WhisperRoom. However, in order to do that…I had to clean it up. I may have had a couple guitar amps (for those nighttime jams sessions), random coffee cups (for those early morning VO sessions)