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Finding Your Recorded Commercials: The Comprehensive Guide for a Voice Actor

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You're a Voice Actor. And You Recorded a Commercial. Now you want to see how it turned out. But, where can you find that commercial ad?

As a voice actor, there’s nothing more rewarding than hearing your work broadcast. After putting in hours of hard work and delivering your best performance, naturally, you want to see how it turned out. But how do you go about finding the commercials you've worked on?

Whether they are aired on TV or advertised online, knowing where to look is key. This guide will show you how to track down your voiceover work across various platforms.

Finding TV Commercials in the USA

When you’re a voice actor, it’s relatively straightforward to find the commercials that have been broadcast on TV, especially in the USA. One of the best tools at your disposal is This website is a treasure trove for any voice actor looking to track their TV spots.

  1. Visit Head over to

  2. Search for Your Name: In the search bar, type in the brand's name. Then, you can also add your name to the details of the spot so you or anyone else can track your work. For example, if you want to find the Tubi spots I recorded, just type in my name "Serge De Marre". aggregates TV commercials and allows you to see when and where your work has been broadcasted. It's a fantastic resource for any voice actor wanting to track their work on television.

Tracking Online Advertisements

But what about online advertisements? In today’s digital age, a significant portion of commercials is advertised online across various social media platforms. Fortunately, there are resources available similar to for online ads. Here’s a breakdown of how you can find your commercials across different platforms.

LinkedIn Ad Library

LinkedIn is a powerful platform for business and professional networking, but it’s also a place where many companies advertise. To find ads featuring your voice:

  1. Visit the LinkedIn Ad Library: Go to LinkedIn Ad Library.

  2. Search for the Advertisements: Use relevant keywords or the company's name to find the ads.

Facebook Ad Library

Facebook has a comprehensive ad library that allows you to search for ads that are currently active or were recently active on the platform. This can be a great way to find ads featuring your voice.

  1. Visit the Facebook Ad Library: Go to Facebook Ad Library.

  2. Search for Your Ads: Enter the relevant information to find the ads.

Google Ads Transparency

Google also offers a transparency report for ads, which is a useful tool for tracking your voice work in Google ads.

  1. Visit Google Ads Transparency: Go to Google Ads Transparency.

  2. Search for Your Ads: Use the search function to find advertisements featuring your voice.

TikTok Creative Center

TikTok is an increasingly popular platform for advertisements. The TikTok Creative Center allows you to explore ads on the platform. This one is not as straightforward as the lirbaries discussed above. But you should still be able to find your ad.

  1. Visit TikTok Creative Center: Go to TikTok Creative Center.

  2. Search for Your Ads: Look up the ads to see if your voice is featured.

Why It's Important for a Voice Actor to Track Their Work

As a voice actor, tracking your work is not just about personal satisfaction. It’s also about:

  1. Building Your Portfolio: Seeing your work live allows you to build a comprehensive portfolio that showcases your range and talent.

  2. Networking: When you know where your work is being used, it becomes easier to share with potential clients and industry contacts.

  3. Understanding Market Reach: Knowing where and how often your work is being broadcast can provide insights into the market reach and impact of your performances.

  4. Tracking if the client needs to pay you for extra usage 😉

Tips for Voice Actors

Finding your recorded commercials can be both exciting and rewarding. Here are some additional tips for voice actors:

  1. Keep Records: Maintain a record of all the projects you work on, including details about the client, project name, and any broadcast dates or platforms.

  2. Ask Clients: Don’t hesitate to ask your clients and producers where the commercials will be aired or advertised. This can save you a lot of time searching.

  3. Use Social Media: Sometimes, simply following the companies you work for on social media can lead you to discover where your ads are running.

The Benefits of Using Ad Libraries

Using ad libraries has multiple benefits for a voice actor:

  1. Transparency: They provide transparency about where and how ads are being used.

  2. Validation: They validate the broadcast of your work, giving you tangible evidence of your contributions.

  3. Exposure: They help you understand the extent of your exposure and popularity.

Final Thoughts

Being a voice actor is an exciting and rewarding career, especially when you can hear and see the final products of your hard work. Utilizing tools like and various online ad libraries can help you track and celebrate your accomplishments. Whether your work is on TV or online, knowing where to look is crucial.

If you have any other tips or tools that have worked for you, let me know! I’m always looking to add more resources to help fellow voice actors track their work.


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