This Week in Links: November 30 – December 4

Before we get to this week’s top audiobook links, we’d like to remind you that the deadline to submit audiobooks to ACX for the best chance to be on sale for the holiday season is today, December 4th. Make sure your productions meet our Audio Submission Requirements and submit, review, or approve holiday projects by the end of the day. Then, check out the links below to help make your next audiobook even better!

For Producers:

Audiobook Narrators: How To Tweet Your Way To More Jobs And Audiobook Sales – via Voice-Over Xtra – Thoughts and advice for actors using social media to promote their work and further their careers.

5 Ways Voiceover Work and Family Influence Each Other – via Victoria DeAnda – “Family has a lot to do with how you perform as a voiceover artist. Learning how they affect it can help you control the feelings, emotions, and other factors that come into play as you work.”

The Obstacles Holding Back Your Voice Over Career – Via Gary Terzza – Are you putting up roadblocks to your own career goals?

Don’t Buy New Recording Equipment. Do This Instead. – Via CourVO – Gary’s got a better way to spend your money than on fancy new gear you may not know how to use.

For Rights Holders:

What IS a Target Audience? What You Need to Know – via BadRedheadMedia – “How do we get our target audience (those we are marketing to), to become our actual audience, the ones who buy what we are marketing to them?”

10 Tips for Twitter Success in Publishing – via The Bookseller – An easy to digest list of social media advice.

Why Social Media Should Become Publishers’ New Testing Ground – via BookBusiness – Can the “#instapoet” concept be applied to novels?

Do Writers Need Coaches? – via BookMarketingBuzzBlog – “Imagine if a writer has someone telling them to try harder, do it this way and not that, and high-fives them for a well-written passage?”

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