Monthly Archives: March 2011

Mar 27

My Go-To-Guy When I Need Professional High Quality Voice Over Work…and Fast!

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

Hey Guys,

We’re all busy. And when we need a project done, we need it done quickly and with expert quality.

I recently ran into a situation where I needed a voice over for a couple of radio ad spots done fast. But I needed them to be good too.

I didn’t’ really feel like picking just anyone who would do it fast just because I needed done fast. I also needed it done right and didn’t want to take my chances trying someone out unproven or untested.

So after asking around, I remember one of my partners on another project used a guy named Will King to do voice over for site we’re working on together in another niche.

This guy’s voice was crisp and clear and was just what I was looking for.

His voice also sounded really familiar.

I asked my friend to tell me some of the more notable voice over work he’s done over the years and as soon as he mentioned one of them it hit me.

If you ever played any EA Sports games on Super Nintendo, Genesis, PlayStation, or XBox, you’ll know exactly what he sounds like.


Because he’s the guy that says:

“EA Sports… It’s In The Game”

Isn’t that awesome? I thought it was so cool that the EA Sports guy was doing a voice over for me.

And it turned out he moves really fast and is reasonably priced.

Will King has been in the radio industry for more than 10 years and has worked for EA Sports (as mentioned before), Lexmark International, The University of South Carolina, and was recently among the finalists for the Chicago Cubs Public Address Announcer position.

If you ever need professional, high quality voice-over services with a very quick turnaround, I couldn’t give a higher recommendation to Will King and Defining Voice Productions.

Go check out his work here:


Mike Filsaime

Mar 15

MDC Monthly Preview – March 2011

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

What’s inside the March 2011 issue of MDC Monthly?

List Building Essentials

  • Why every business can benefit from building a list.
  • Why management wins over software every time.
  • Compare the leading email management services, and find the right one for your business.
  • How to use pop-up lead generators without aggravating your visitors.
  • How to build your list with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

“Good News or Bad News?” with Michael Young, Esquire

  • What the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010 means for your online business.
  • What you should know about the new IRS form: 1099-K.
  • Why a more profitable 2011 is down to you, and you alone.

“The Fiverr Formula” with Omar Martin

  • The website that could replace eBay as the marketplace for digital products.
  • How to get paid a fiver for giving away free content.
  • Where to outsource your most hated jobs for a fiver.

“Advanced Keyword Research” with David Congreave

  • Two free tools revealed that can manage all your keyword research.
  • Discover the search modifiers that let you spy on your competition.
  • Proof that the SEO competition isn’t as fierce as you think.

Additional articles in the March 2011 issue:

  • “Testing 1-2-3” with Robert Puddy.
  • “Making WordPress Searchable” with Joel Williams.
  • “The Super Affiliate: Giving to Receive” with Anik Singal
  • “Asking Great Questions” with Heather Vale Goss.

Latest book reviews:

  • The Social Media Bible – 2nd Edition” by Lon Safko
  • Conversion Optimization” by Khalid Saleh & Ayat Shukairy

Additional regular features:

  • Internet Marketing News
  • “Free Advice and Worth Every Penny” with Dafydd Manton
  • Internet Marketing Resources: A-Z

Don’t miss the March 2011 edition of MDC Monthly!
You can get a free trial copy shipped to your door by clicking here.

Mar 08

Making Money Online

By mikefilsaime | Uncategorized

In these harsh economic times, everyone is looking for a new way to make money. The internet is the most prominent technological phenomenon in history and what better way to utilize this technology than by making money with it. Making money online is the one of the best ways to supplement a typical 40 hour a week job.

Surveys and secret shops are a common way to make money online. There are a number of companies who are looking for willing consumers to test their products or shop their stores in order to find out how their employees are doing. Companies value your opinions because your opinions are what makes their products sell and make money from others who aren’t doing the surveys. The surveys or secret shops are in no way difficult to do, mostly there are forms to fill out and things you have to remember to do for the secret shops.

Blogging can be profitable as well, though it will require some work on your part. It’s a multi-tiered process that involves garnering interest and then maximizing the potential of this interest. Pay per click services like Google Adsense, Chikita or Kontera can offer your blog a chance to make money per view. There are also companies who offer pay per post and reviewing opportunities for popular blogs who apply to review different products from companies looking to garner support.

Social networking can help you make money as well. Facebook can help you get money with your blogging as well as creating new applications that can gain income for you. You can also link your Facebook to affiliate links that can garner interest for your products. As for Twitter, you can sign up for pay per click tweets. Twitter allows for money to be made per click on each tweet.

Writing web content can be one of the easiest and most lucrative ways to make money online. You have to be careful though when you are trying to write articles. It is a good idea to find an agent who can help to make sure that you get paid for the articles you write. That isn’t to say that everyone you deal with unsolicited will try to take you for your work, but agents can sometimes help you get the money you really deserve for your articles.

An inbound call center worker can be another great way to make money online. You sign up with a company who needs the inbound call center workers, and they direct their service calls to you. You have to have internet access to be able to properly service customers who call in. These kinds of services can also include psychic services where you do readings over the p hone as well as outright sales and troubleshooting services for technology based companies. There are a multitude of companies who are looking for hourly wage workers who need to work from home to save themselves money in the grand scheme of their business.