Marketing: Social Media Influencers

What’s your handle? Social media has been changing the voiceover game for some time and now we’re seeing a whole new influence…clients who are asking for YOUR social media influence! Yup, some clients now want to know what your social media reach looks like. It’s a game-changer for sure. Are you ready to play ball? Coaches Anne and Gabby are here to help you score big with social media


Quick Concepts from Today’s Episode:

  1. Potential clients are starting to ask for a voice actors social media accounts in order to see what their social media reach and influence looks like.

  2. This is the path of the Millennial consumer. Influencers matter.

  3. Most voiceover actors don’t think of themselves as being influencers.

  4. Clients are paying close attention to what Is happening on your social media.

  5. Controversy, attention seeking, or negative social media behavior could be problematic for you.

  6. Don’t buy followers, but make an effort to be on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

  7. Be on the platform your clients are on.

  8. Don’t maintain an empty feed. Post regularly if you are on a platform.

  9. Post things that let people know who you are without controversy.

  10. Be the person a company wants to represent their brand, a spokesperson.

  11. Companies have products and services and common elements to their message – when you are a voice for them, you are part of their message and mission.

  12. You can be fired from a job based on social media conduct.

  13. What you say and do on social media does matter.

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Referenced in this Episode

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  1. Recorded on ipDTL

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  3. Follow VO Boss on Instagram

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Full Episode Transcript

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Anne: Welcome, everybody, to the VO BOSS podcast. I’m your host, Anne Ganguzza, along with my amazing bosstie cohost, Gabby Nistico. Hey, Gabby.

Gabby: Hi, Anne.

Anne: Gabby, I want to give a big shout-out to some of our newest BOSS Blastees. I like that, BOSS Blastees.

Gabby: Oh cute. BOSS Blastees.

Anne: Yes. These are some of our newest clients for our BOSS Blast marketing product. Shout-out to Denise Kelly, shout-out to Kimberly Young, Dan Osborne.

Gabby: Susan Glow and her daughters the Glow Girls, Cassie and Sabrina, and one of our original Blastees, Dave Clarke.

Anne: Guys, thanks so much for supporting the BOSS Blast, and thanks so much for allowing us to help you to get your marketing out there.

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