With every audition you submit, you will also be sending along a short proposal. This is also referred to as the "Remarks Section." You will see it at the bottom of the audition form during the submission process.
Keep this section short, polite and sweet. In fact, there is a 1,000 character limit here, so keep that in mind.
Here are some tips:
- Give them your direct contact information. (Yes, they can use our messaging system, but giving them your direct information is more efficient)
- Let them know any special information in regards to things like revisions or budget.
- Always be friendly and professional.
- Use the remarks section to let the voice seeker know, very briefly, why you are the perfect voice for their project and what they are getting if they decide to hire you. Avoid repeating information that is already found on your profile and avoid sending the same phrase to every audition. You should put a different effort on each audition and feel identified with each project in a different way.
P.S. Audition remarks containing foul language, or spam, will not be approved during the audition quality assurance process.