Let's be honest....

...if you're putting together a video presentation, a commercial, or
on-hold messaging system, you've got a lot of money riding on this
project.  It has to be professional, it has to be attention-grabbing, and
most importantly, it has to be effective.  In short, it has to be
perfect.

Are you going to entrust your project to the lowest bidder?

In the world of voiceovers and audio recording/production, as in
everyday life, you really do get what you pay for.  There are literally
thousands of people out there with a computer and microphone who will
do voicework for next-to-nothing.  If you'd like to take your chances with
them, that's your prerogative.  

Which is more important to you:  Price...or Results?

Am I the cheapest voice guy you'll find?  Nope.  However, my rates are
extremely competitive, and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by how
easy - and yes, inexpensive - it is to get national-quality voicework.

                NO CONTRACTS!  PAY-AS-YOU-GO!

This is an extremely cost-effective voice-over solution for agencies,
businesses, production companies, and radio & TV stations.

Radio stations:  You run on tight budgets; I understand.

But for the cost of ONE SPOT, your client can have their message
written or voiced by a professional copywriter, producer, and voice over
talent!  And that leaves you with more time to do what you do best...SELL!

Have a
lot of work that needs to be done?  
Be sure to inquire about a reduced-rate monthly package;
you can get UNLIMITED production and voice work (including
revisions!) for ONE LOW PRICE!  

But contact me soon, because I can only handle a VERY limited
number of these retainers!

    If you're still not convinced, why not try me out for FREE?
    If you are convinced, you can still try me out for FREE!
(c) 2014 Matt Forrest
email: Matt@MattForrest.com
A chameleon's tongue is twice the length of its body.  Now aren't you glad you wasted the time reading this?

"The lowest rates of anyone, ANYWHERE!"
(...is NOT something you'll ever hear me say)