Voice has a feature which enables organisations to register on a searchable map for young people. This means you can have a personal profile and register your organisation separately. The benefits of registering your organisation include:
1. Organisations can post events, opportunities and comments as 'the organisation' (one user can be linked to multiple organisations; perfect for freelance marketing professionals!)
2. Users can write reviews and tag a registered organisation so you can easily see what your audience thinks about your work
3. Organisations get their own profile page which shows all their own posts and any reviews written about them too
4. The map brings together Organisations with Events, Opportunities and Arts Award Supporters so young people can search for all of these in their local area at once
Many organisations have joined Voice over the years and we've made it easier and clearer, so you don't need a generic user account. Once you've registered your personal profile you can register your organisation(s) too. You can then post or comment on blogs or reviews as your organisation or as yourself, whichever is more appropriate. For example, if one of your Arts Award group has posted a great blog, you might want to comment as an individual. However, if someone unknown to you reviews a show at your venue, you might want to post your response as the organisation.
What's more, if you want to share your organisation's profile with a colleague, or you're moving on, just drop us an email to [email protected] and we'll add multiple users to the profile. You can also manage multiple organisations from your one login and choose which one to comment/post as - so no more logging in and out if you run more than one organisation.
If you're already registered as an individual, just Add an organisation. If you ever want to change it, just click 'My Posts' in the user drop down and then choose 'Organisations' from the left hand menu.
If you haven't yet registered on Voice - Register now, simply tick the box at the top of the registration form and we'll take you straight to the 'add an organisation' page when you verify your email from a link we'll send.
Want to know what questions you'll get asked? It's very simple: