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Are voice over gigs not allowed to offer packages?


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I don't see the option for this when creating or editing a voice over gig, nor do I see the option in voice over gigs when browsing as a buyer. Other types of gigs within music & audio have this. I assume this is intentional. Perhaps I'm missing some obvious logical reason. I appreciate that word count can easily be adjusted, but packages with and without things like commercial rights seem sensible to me. If someone could point out the obvious reason, that would be nice. I don't mind looking a little foolish 🙂

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I believe it is intentional. It never seemed to me that VO lends itself to packages for the reasons you have already hit upon.  Word count is in that box at the top, and more precise. Instead of having to enter say 100 words for package A, 200 for package B, etc... Here you can enter 135 and get the proper quote.  The rest are all gig extras which should really be 'a la carte anyway, so buyers can add either commercial or broadcast rights, music or proofreading, etc.

 

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Yeah, I've noticed this. But I think it's a good thing as we can control how much every 50 words costs - so packages might actually we get less. The word count means we can charge to the nearest 50. 

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