Crazy DJ Book Sales – #2 with Two Sets To Consider!

March 11, 2013 by Mobile Beat

The first book sale moved nearly 1000 books, lets do some more. And now lets get some newer pieces out the door.  Lets clear out the Mobile Beat warehouse and have you learn something in the process.  Note: The prices in here are only available via these links, not the general bookstore.

Complete DJ and Essential DJ

Complete DJCompleteDJ

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IceBreakers and Guerilla Marketing For DJs


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Supplement Your DJ Income… WITH DJ INCOME! WITH A FORWARD BY MARK FERRELL! DJs: Have you had to look outside the DJ industry to make endsThe Complete Disc Jockey: A Comprehensive Manual for the Professional Disc Jockey by Stu Chisholm – Was $19.95

meet? Have economic hard times pushed your income down and overhead up? Do you want to DO something about it? 30-year-veteran disc jockey Stu Chisholm has written a fantastic book that covers more than a dozen different types of opportunities for disc jockeys through it’s 140+ pages. Stu began his career as a mobile entertainer, spinning his first wedding reception back in 1979, and over the years has also worked in many other facets of the industry, including radio, nightclubs, underground raves, ice and roller rinks, and even commercial voice-over work and webcasting. Stu’s book lays out the skills that all DJs have in common and then branches out into what each different job will entail. There are units on techniques, gear, business tips & promotion, and show and personality development: those things that make each DJ – and performance – unique! Both professionals and casual readers will also enjoy the “Tales From the Trenches,” true stories of some of the more unusual moments and events during Stu’s long career. Currently, Stu is still an active disc jockey and a columnist for Mobile Beat Magazine. Whether you’re an established working DJ, just starting out or simply want to know what all the fuss is about, you will find this book invaluable!

The Essential Disc Jockey by Fernando Curcione – Was $16.95

New Book For The DJ Who Is Starting Out or One That Needs To Up His Game! Fernando Curcione will help you with his recipes for the perfect party and other DJ advice with great musical charts and background information in a ton of categories of music.  You can have all the greatest equipment in the world but if you are not knowledgeable about music and how to play it, then all the gadgets and lighting are not going to make a difference. As with all successful businesses research is the key.

Guerilla Marketing Companion For DJ’s by Jay Levinson and Andy Powell – Was $24.95

Based on the 4th Edition of Jay Conrad Levinson’s Guerilla Marketing Series, Andy Powell has collaborated with ProDJ Publishing (MobileBeat/ProDJ.Com) and Guerilla Marketing International and created a companion to the bestselling Guerilla Marketing book by Jay Conrad Levinson.  Andy Powell is the former National Sales Director for Mobile Beat Magazine and ProDJ.Com (ProDJ Publishing). He has a background in consumer and commercial lending and marketing. He is a former professional baseball mascot where he acquired his nickname “Cubbie” that everyone still calls him to this day. He got his start in
the ProDJ family as a DJ. From there he was able to help grow the local DJ business over 50%.

Icebreakers: A Fun Book For Anyone Who Leads Groups In Games and Activities by John Rozz – Was $14.95

John Rozz is one of the northeast’s most respected and multi-talented entertainers. He is a one-of-a-kind, intensely energetic showman who specializes in interactive dances and entertaining. He motivates and brings people together, making them part of his show and the event, with hi-energy dancing, games, skits and contests. No one creates more energy, fun, smiles and happiness than John Rozz. John has performed and worked with many people including Quincy Jones, Oprah, Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Roberta Flack, Carly Simon, Natalie Cole, Whitney Houston, Run DMC, Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand, Robin Williams,
Harrison Ford, Rush Limbaugh, Barry Gibbs, Gerald Levert, Billy Paul, Gene Chandler, Pointer Sisters, Four Tops, Temptations, and Martha Reeves. He’s still spinning events from the Big Apple, Vegas, Mexico, and everywhere in between with over 40 years in the game.

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