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For the past few years, the Fiverr debate has been huge in the Voice Over community. A segment of the VO community views it as horrible for us to do work there. Another segment has viewed it as a way to break to break into voice over.
The most undercover segment of the VO community is on Fiverr (secretly) but still talks about others tearing down the VO community that is openly on Fiverr.
What's the real deal here?
Personally, I wonder why this debate has raged on. So why am I bringing this up AGAIN?
Over the past few months, I have come across people in the VO community that are have nothing against Fiverr but don't want anyone else to know that they are not against it.
The voice over elite has drawn a line in the sand. They are saying that if you are on Fiverr, you can not be in our club.
For those making $50 to $200K on Fiverr, every year does this matter to them? I think not.
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