Guidelines for Using Keywords
Keywords are a great way to add additional information for
listeners to search for, as well as help retailers discover your title for merchandising opportunities.
Some examples of keywords would
be tone, setting, or alternate spellings. Additionally, you can include tropes and other information regarding the title to help potential listeners find your title.
Keywords can contain 500 characters (including commas and spaces). We recommend you set the most important ones first.
Be sure the keywords you’re adding:
- Are accurate, relevant, and descriptive
- Are not included in the metadata, such as genre or description
- Are not in a temporary state, such as “new” or “limited time”
- Do not reference the price
- Do not include special characters
Narrator's Guide to Audiobook Production
What happens once you’ve been selected by the Rights Holder to narrate their audiobook? This document outlines the important steps that go into creating an audiobook with Findaway Voices! 1. Sign Project-Specific Agreement & Review Guidelines Sign ...
How to use Find Voices
How to use Find Voices Watch the video below to learn how to find narrators using the 'Find Voices' tool.
Can I use a performer name (or pseudonym) instead of my actual name?
Absolutely! However, you'll want to make sure you're always using your legal name for any contracts, tax forms, or payment information. Check out this blog post for more information about when its appropriate to use a pseudonym vs legal name.
Can I submit a public domain title?
Public domain titles are permissible for distribution on Findaway Voices, but existing public domain performances may not be submitted by anyone but the original performer. In short, this means that you cannot submit someone else's public domain ...
What should I use as my BISAC?
Your BISAC is your book’s category or subgenre, and has a large impact on how your audiobook is displayed across most audiobook sellers. We recommend considering what types of phrases your core listener might be searching against or what lists of ...