As a DJ, you face major challenges. You want to devote yourself to your art. To become more and more creative on the decks, to update your record label, and constantly evolve your technique. After all, that’s why you went in the wedding business in the first place. To turn usual nights into a crazy parties, as you know best. To be one of the most important success factors of a wedding and the most important part of the party. To convert a group of guests with so many differences – from age to music preferences – to a knit company who will dance until the morning.
In the process, you have found that dealing with music alone is not enough to be successful. You have to learn how to be better in business as well. How to communicate correctly and effectively in spoken and written language (phone and email), how to make effective appointments with your couples and how to close the deal right there and then, how to create and set up an effective Internet site that sends all the desired messages and to sell properly, how to have a proper presence in Social Media, how to design and present your offers and packages, how to advertise effectively, how to handle your relationship with your couples after the booking and after the wedding, how to increase your sales to your existing couples and much more.
You are doing everything you can to get better in your craft, to evolve as a DJ and be the best you possibly can following the trends and all the new developments. By now you have realized that you need to put the same effort, in the business part as well to keep up with your art, but you aren’t really sure how.
I can help you.