New Book Gives Wedding DJs Tips for Success and Growth

September 18, 2014 by Mobile Beat

“Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It” is more than a list of tips. It provides the in-depth concepts that wedding DJ specialists can come to expect from seasoned experts. Author John Beck and co-author Derek Pengelly, who both built their own mobile DJ companies, collaborate in the new book to offer their perspective on the wedding DJ business.john_beck

In the new book, DJs will gain an understanding for marketing leverage that is available to them. Also covering important basics, such as sales, handling deposits, and creating contracts, “Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It” helps wedding DJs hit the ground running with a solid foundation of the industry. The book further details industry standards and other situations that will inevitably have to be handled, such as client objections.

“Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It” is brimming with industry tips and must-have knowledge. The foreword was written by Mark Ferrell from The MarBecca Method. Mark Ferrell is the leading and most respected speaker, trainer, and advocate for the mobile DJ industry worldwide, Both the synopsis and one chapter dedicated to coaching were written by The Entertainment Experience’s Jason Jones.

“Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It”, available in paperback at Amazon.com, is receiving excellent reviews. One recent customer said, “I believe the book has the potential to help many DJs,” and another “Whether you are a beginner or expert in the industry, whether you do just weddings or any type of Mobile events, you are going to find something in this book that will help you and your business grow.”

About John Beck

John Beck, A little know Dj from Australia The author of “Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It”, has a longstanding career in the DJ industry. While he started out in radio in the early 80s and transitioned into the DJ business, John Beck now performs his services solely for weddings. While he finds weddings the most challenging events to DJ for, John also believes weddings to be the most rewarding DJ experiences.

Whether you are an experienced pro or just starting out, the lessons John and Derek have learned sometimes the hard way will better prepare you for the challenges you will face”.

Contact
John Beck
E-mail: john@weddingdjspecialist.com.au
More information about “Running a Successful Wedding DJ Business: It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It” is available at: http://www.amazon.com/Running-successful-wedding-business-what/dp/1499697473/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1405570433&sr=8-1&keywords=john+beck+dj.

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