Terry Lewis


Terry Lewis

Terry Lewis Biography 2009 I started my professional wedding DJ career. 2011 - 2014 I won 6 Best Wedding DJ Awards, including Best Wedding DJ in England. During this period I also became a preferred supplier at more than 50 venues from Mayfair in London to the suburbs. And had the honour of performing at international weddings. 2015 - Date I sit as a judge for the Wedding Industry Awards (the largest and most respected in the UK), and as a condition of accepting the role, I am no longer permitted to compete. 2015 I began my keynote speaking career at BPM Birmingham run by Mark Walsh & Eddie Short. Since then I have given motivational and educational talks at DJ associations such as NADJ and for leading Wedding Industry Networking groups. 2015 To facilitate my role as a mentor and coach, I launched a new company called Wedding Marketing Mastery, and created a world class 1-1 training program. It's built from the ground up and designed to oversubscribe a wedding suppliers business at above average fees. 2016 I published my 1st book '12 Habits of Successfully Booked Up Wedding Suppliers' - Available on Amazon and read from London to Sydney. About my training I realised that to get above average results in the DJ and wedding industry, you need to help those you serve, get what they want to get. If you can do this in a remarkable way you will succeed in any endeavour. About me I am a father to four children and 2 step children. I am in love with my wonderful partner Julie whose support I could not do without. We love travel, entertainment and fine wines! I am also the co-founder of The GAAP Orphanage Foundation, our work helps orphans and abandoned children in Africa.




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Amplify Your Message To A Very Specific Avatar Instead Of Trying To Sell To Everyone (Part 1 of 3)

May 11, 2017 by Terry Lewis
Let me ask you 2 questions:
  1. Do you try to sell to every bride and groom?
  2. Have you carved out a specialist niche within the wedding DJ market to elevate yourself above the other wedding suppliers crowding your industry?
Let me share a school boy error so you can side-step it. At start up, I sent out a confusing marketing message that tried to capture any and every bride throwing a party. Through a lethal combination of naivety, inexperience and a desperation not wanting to miss any bookings. My marketing was scattered all over the place and unsurprisingly spectacular... [read more]
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The 7 Steps To Successfully Booking Brides At A Wedding Fair

April 26, 2017 by Terry Lewis

The 7 Steps To Successfully Booking Brides At A Wedding Fair

Many wedding suppliers say to me "Terry, I'm giving up on wedding fairs because they just don't work!" But wedding fairs do work... when approached strategically. If you struggle with wedding fairs these 7 steps  will help. 1. Apply the 10 Minute Funnel Condense conversations with brides to 10 minutes. Why? Think of your fair as a conveyor belt of potential new business; every minute you spend engaged in conversation with a bride, is a minute saying goodbye to other brides walking by, because as they pass, they do so having been denied the o... [read more]
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So who is Terry Lewis – The Newest UK Blogger at Mobile Beat

April 24, 2017 by Terry Lewis
In short, I help wedding DJ’s fill their calendars with wedding bookings at 2x, 3x and even 10x their current earnings. And I can help if you:
  1. Have too few bookings
  2. Quote too low
  3. Have too few enquiries
  4. Need inspiration getting to the top
My belief is: To fill your calendar and be booked at the fees you want, you need to help brides and grooms get what they want to get. If you can do this in a remarkable way, achievement is inevitable. Which is why my blogs teach how to become remarkable and invaluable in t... [read more]
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Should You Offer A Money Back Guarantee?

April 19, 2017 by Terry Lewis
During my early teens I had no idea the American entrepreneur Victor Kiam would influence my marketing strategy decades later. 70's Flashback: I was in the sitting room watching our 14” black and white TV, when an advert came on and there was Victor Kiam confidently guaranteeing “The Remington will shave you as close as a blade, or your money back!” I had not even hit puberty, yet the self confidence in his product held my attention. I can only imagine the effect his promise had on his hairy target audience! His differences made Remington stand out against the competition, memorable to a pre-pu... [read more]