Corporate & Media Voice Over
The “ROR” Heard ‘Round the World
My dear, dear blog,
I’m sorry that I’ve been neglecting you lately. It’s not that I don’t like to be with you because you know that I do. I love to write about voice over jobs and voice over clients and voice over studios ‘n’ such with other assorted voice over tags. However, there’s something that’s missing between us. Alright, I know, I hadn’t exactly been spending nearly enough time with you to begin with but I think that’s because it’s always been just about the SEO. The obligation. The nagging-in-the-back-of-my-mind that I need to post something. Anything, so the site isn’t static. Posting for the sake of posting. Ya know? Sort of like, well, right now.
Also, you just kind of sit there on my screen, waiting. Waiting until someone, including me, decides to pop by….and there you are. Sure, it’s a reliable and even comforting quality, but it’s just not as stimulating as what I have been experiencing lately. Oh yeah, I’ve been places alright. Exciting, vibrant places where you can really interact and engage. And it’s all happening so fast!
With you, well, there can be a picture, a link and some witty phrases here and there, sure. You do what you do very well. Don’t get me wrong. Look, it’s not you. It’s me. I simply find I’m now hooked on other forms of communicating that are more interactive and instantaneous. The information I’m receiving and sharing is mind-blowing! I’m meeting like-minded individuals, colleagues and potential new business prospects.
Yes, I admit that these other diversions can be time vampires. But let’s face it, it’s slightly awesome when you get a message like: “Jesus Christ is now following you on Twitter!” I mean, really, is that not the highest form of communication? Now maybe I can finally get some damn prayers answered!
Take heart my dear blog, I’m not going away. I’m just getting my tweet wet or perhaps fanning the Facebook flames of fandom. Look, it may seem like I’m speaking gibberish but I can’t control myself. Jesus, help me. I promise I shall return from time to time. In the meantime, you know where to find me.