This Week in Links: July 11 – 15

Did you tune in to the inaugural live stream of ACX University 2016? Top producers Jeffrey Kafer, Christa Lewis, and Andrew Tell joined us to discuss the aspects of a successful audiobook production career. Watch the video below, then subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updates on the rest of this summer’s #ACXU2016 courses.

Now, on to this week’s roundup of links.

For Producers:

How To Prepare For The VO Ride Of Your Life: Live Announcing – via Voice-Over Xtra – Ready to take your talents out of the booth? Check out these tips from the announcer of the SAG and Critics Choice Awards.

7 Easy-to-Miss Habits of a Successful Voice Actor – via CourVo – It’s not easy to miss Dave’s handy hints to develop these seven professional habits.

Should You Hire a Marketer for Your Voiceover Business? – via Victoria DeAnda – “If you don’t tell people what you have to sell, no one will buy it from you.”

For Rights Holders:

Social Media Isn’t Working – 9 Tips to End Your Frustration – via The Write Conversation – “[S]ocial media isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. But, that’s still not an excuse not to use it.”

Marketing Tip: Share What You’ve Learned – via CreateSpace – Think of a tactic that’s worked for you, do more of it, then share it with the author community.

What Is Book Marketing Anyway? – via Digital Book World – If this is a question you’ve asked yourself, click through to get one veteran publisher’s definition.

Author Marketing Mastery #28: Google Plus for Authors – More Plus or Minus? – via where writer’s win – Find out if this social network is worth an your marketing efforts.

 

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