The Voice that Says it All
Connie had years of experience in doing personality-driven morning radio, aside from working part time on doing voice-overs and singing. She then felt it was the right time for her to concentrate more on doing voice-overs, thus the start of her business. To continue keeping her customers happy, Connie ensures she stays abreast of everything that's been going on in the industry, especially with the ever-changing technology.
I always try to come up with a feasible plan that's a win/win for everybody. Most deals are negotiable. When I tell them I'll have it to them by [the] end of [the] day [or the] next business day, I do.
Connie's clients include USA Today, Sprint, Con Edison in New York City, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Sprint, American Express, Novartis, and Sun Trust Bank, to name a few. She does recordings that range from audio books to narrations to PowerPoint presentations and anything that needs a voice. Some of her successful projects include Trollies Radio Show, where she sounded like a troll and an audio production for Choosing To See, a Mary Chapman book. Connie does exactly what her clients want, so it's no longer a surprise that she has a wonderful relationship with each of them.
My clients don't want me to be their buddy. They just want me to do the work they've hired me for. So, I acknowledge their emails as soon as possible and give them quotes and time frames for delivery.
Need a voice for your service or business? Check out Connie Wetzell.