Who would have thought a short piece on leaving Voices.com would hit such a nerve?
I certainly didn’t.
If you’ve looked into the ongoing debate about Pay-to-Plays, you know my story didn’t really add any new info. Yet, it was widely read, shared and discussed.
As I am typing these words, this article has been seen by almost 1,500 people in less than a week!
Something’s clearly brewing…
Not everyone agreed with what I had to say, so today I just want to talk about a few points that came up as people started reacting to last week’s blog. Here’s one of the comments I got:
You really zoomed in on all the negatives in your story. That’s not fair.
Well, people don’t break up because they’re getting along just fine.
Voices.com does an outstanding job promoting their own business. I don’t need to do that for them.
You shouldn’t generalize your personal experience with Voices.com and present it as “the truth.”
I couldn’t agree more. That’s why I added the following PS to my story:
“Keep in mind that this blog is only a reflection of my opinion based on personal experiences. I encourage you to draw your own conclusions and invest in what you think is right for you.”
As a VO talent and blogger, it is my job to be outspoken. This blog is my platform to express my ideas based on my subjective perception of reality. I never pretend or aspire to bring my readers THE truth. By definition, a blog is based on opinions and not on undisputed facts.
Go find your own truth!
Having said that…