Tag Archives for " working with clients "

Creating a Niche for Your Animation Biz – Part 1: Why You Need to Cut Your Service List Down

creating a niche

When I started freelancing 5 years ago, I pretty much did everything wrong the first few times around. Actually, things haven’t changed all that much. I still make tons of mistakes and flip flop around when it comes to growing a studio business. But one thing I managed to learn well was the whole idea of […]

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Top 5 Tips to Find, Audition and Hire Top Notch Voice Talent for Your Next Animated Video

Voiceover Talent for Animation

Getting a professional, high quality voiceover is a critical part of a successful animated promotional video. You don’t want to spend a huge amount of time and resources coming up with amazing visuals and killer story only to have your husband read the script and record it through an iphone while wrapped up in blankets […]

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Helpful Tools for Client Communication

If you’ve taken on any sort of client work, you will understand that effective client care and customer service require a huge amount of effort. Before I started my business, I really had no idea what it entailed, and I fumbled a lot as I learned how to lead clients through my process. It has taken […]

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Tools to Improve Productivity

Last week I shared a list of the tools I’ve adopted to boost creativity. This week, I’d like to share some techniques to helped improve productivity. You may notice my list is of the low tech variety. I don’t include any apps or digital tools here. I’ve tried many of them and yes, a lot […]

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Tools to Boost Your Creativity

If you are like me, struggling to simplify your day to day routine in order to increase your creative output, then you might like to hear about some of the more useful tools I’ve been using lately to help focus daily creative output.

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Share Your Process

If you have been offering animation services as part of your business, you have probably refined a process to deliver these projects to your client. You are confident that you can deliver a great video on time and budget and you know you have the ability to wow your clients. But how will your potential clients know that you can pull it off? Sharing your production process is an excellent way to gain some momentum with potential clients.

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