It makes many freelancers uncomfortable.
They look at it as a necessary and expensive evil.
If possible, they’d rather delegate it to someone else.
A while ago, Chris Kendall of Voice Artists United interviewed me about it.
Here’s his first question:
Many people rely on just having a website and an Internet presence on Twitter, Facebook or on a P2P site to do their marketing for them. Does this work, and if not, why not?
Let’s take a step back and start with my definition of marketing:
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About the author
is a Dutch-English voice-over pro, coach, and writer. His blog is one of the most widely read and influential blogs in the industry. Paul is also the author of “Making Money In Your PJs, Freelancing for voice-overs and other solopreneurs.”