What Is VO Genesis all about?
VO Genesis stands for “Voice Over Genesis”, I guess you would already have figured it out that it has something to do with voice. Yep, that’s right… VO Genesis is a program or guide, whichever way you want to say it, that teaches you how to make money working from home through your voice.
To be honest with you, my first impression of landing on their sales page is… “Oh no, looks like another scam!” because I say this sentence ” Discover a weird loophole I used to make over $8,250 in a month from home in my pyjamas”. But on top reading their sales page I went on to do some further research to find out more about this opportunity. After extensive research I finally realised that being a voice artist is a legitimate opportunity.
If you thought that making $8,250 a month from doing voice of is impossible(just like me), wait till you see this. I quoted this from voices.com, ” Your earnings as a voice actor range from $100 for a 15 seconds recording, $250 for 30 to 60 second commercial to about $3000 per audiobook”.
So hey, look… there is potential to make a decent income from being an voice over artist. But one thing I think you should take note is that, don’t expect to instantly make lots of money because there are lots of stages you have to go through first especially if you have zero knowledge and experience(learning, procedures and formalities)
I’m not too sure of how competitive is this industry is, but you will never know until you try… am I right?
Who is VO Genesis for?
Vo Genesis is for anyone who wants to extra or even fulltime income working from home. Having said that, doesn’t mean everyone will be eligible for it. The basic necessity of a voice over artist is to be fluent in his/her English. If you are not very good in speaking English, I’m afraid this would not be a good platform for you. But you can always take up private language classes and brush up your English if you think you have a passion for this.
Many times people do ask, is it possible to join even if I have a strong accent. If you ask me I will say… why not? Besides people always like to hear a different variety(unique) of voices. Hearing the same voices over and over again will bore the hell out of people.
As for me, even thought the money is fantabulous, I don’t think I would ever want to become a voice over artist. It’s not because my English is not good(actually my English is good!) Its just that I am not really passionate or into this stuff, who knows in the future I might explore these options but I don’t see this happening anytime soon.
So ask yourself this question, “Am I really going to give my 101% to learn and try out this opportunity?” If you are half-hearted than I suggest you don’t take up this because you are probably going to learn for awhile and than get tired of it. If you have the passion and drive than go for it, by all means.