As a voice actor, one of the most important things you can do is keep in touch with potential clients. While it may seem like a time-consuming and difficult task, there are several easy and effective ways to stay in touch with those who may need your services in the future. By keeping your name and your work at the top of their mind, you’ll be more likely to get their business when they’re ready to hire a voice actor. Here are four of the best ways to stay in touch with potential clients:
One of the best ways to stay in touch with potential clients is through social media. Platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook are great ways to connect with those who may need your services down the road. By connecting with them on social media, you can easily stay up-to-date on what’s going on in their lives and their businesses. Plus, you can share your work and your successes with them, which will keep you top-of-mind when they’re ready to hire a voice actor.
Another great way to stay in touch with potential clients is through email newsletters. By sending out a monthly or quarterly newsletter, you can update potential clients on your work, share industry news, and provide helpful tips and resources. This is a great way to build a relationship with those who may not be ready to hire you right now but could be down the road. Plus, it’s an easy way to keep your name and your work in front of them regularly.
Another great way to connect with potential clients is through blog posts. By writing helpful and informative blog posts about topics related to voice acting, you can show off your expertise and provide value to those who may need your services in the future. Not only will this help you build trust with potential clients, but it will also keep you top-of-mind when they’re finally ready to hire a voice actor.
Finally, another great way to stay in touch with potential clients is through personal connections. If you know someone who might need your services in the future, be sure to stay in touch with them and offer your help when needed. If you have a connection with someone who could refer business your way, cultivate that relationship and offer help when needed. By maintaining personal connections, you’ll be more likely to get referral business from those who know and trust you.
Any one of these four methods is a great way for voice actors to stay in touch with potential clients. But by using all four methods, you’ll be sure to build strong relationships that will last for years to come.
Keep In Touch
By staying in touch with potential clients through social media, email newsletters, blog posts, and personal connections, you’ll be more likely than ever to get their business when they’re ready to hire a voice actor. So start today and see how easy it is to keep those relationships strong!
M. Bruce Abbott is the Creative Director/Partner at Radio Lounge. Bruce has over 30 years experience as a voice actor, casting and production director, as well as extensive advertising, marketing, and podcasting experience.