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AUDIOBOOK NARRATORS: How ACX Works (latest changes) + Case Studies

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  • Tom Verba January 19, 2016, 1:18 pm

    Thank you Dan. Video #2 answered several of my questions. Looking forward to Video #3 “Is audio book narration right for you?” tom

  • Dan O'Day January 19, 2016, 1:36 pm

    @Tom Verba: Very happy to hear you found real info in the video!

  • George January 19, 2016, 3:10 pm

    Too bad Canadians can’t get in on this. I look forward to finding out at some point in the future that this has changed. I was very interested until that became clear.

  • Dan O'Day January 19, 2016, 3:41 pm

    @George: I don’t want to send anyone down the wrong path, but last year we discovered that Canadians can join ACX if they have all 3 of these:

    1. U.S. Tax I.D. (which they might have if they’ve done work for U.S. companies)

    2. An account in a U.S. bank

    3. A U.S. address — a physical address, not a mailbox. (I believe the reason this qualifies someone is it makes them a U.S. “resident” — even if they don’t live in the U.S. In that case, the qualifying rules for U.S. residents apply.)

    We had a Canadian member last year. She already has a U.S. Tax I.D. She already had a U.S. bank account. And although she lives in Canada, she is co-owner of a condo in the U.S. — so she has a physical U.S. address.

    I doubt many Canadians already meet those criteria, though.

  • Joseph Narducci January 20, 2016, 8:08 am

    Humbled. Thank you again Dan David. I myself, and everyone else in the ACXMasterClass, would not be where we are in audiobooks without you. Hope this video, along with the others, helps people with so many fears (like I had) take the NEXT step toward their dreams.