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The Mobile DJ Handbook: How to Start & Run a Profitable Mobile Disc Jockey Service Paperback – June 24, 1997
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From the Publisher
This book contains information on becoming a professional, securing bookings, buying equipment and music, and running party dances, contests, and games. Included within the text are sample contracts, an advertisement and brochure, as well as resource information. Comprehensive and current, The Mobile DJ Handbook is an essential reference guide which offers readers all the knowledge and inspiration needed to run a profitable enterprise.
About the Author
Stacy Zemon has 25 years of experience as a Mobile, Club, Karaoke and Radio Disc Jockey. She pioneered a unique 'spin' on the business by partnering with a radio broadcasting corporation to operate as the mobile DJ division of seven radio stations. Zemon was the Founder/President of this multi-system entertainment company, which provided DJ and radio personalities, light shows, dancers and other services to its clients in CT, MA and NY. In addition, Zemon writes feature articles for DJ Times magazine, and facilitated leadership and marketing panels at The International DJ Expo, where she has also been a judge for Disc Jockey of the Year competitions. Currently, Zemon entertains at VIP functions, produces large-scale events, and consults to mobile music services, nationwide. As an entertainer, innovator and entrepreneur, Zemon's creative wizardry has produced an impressive record of success.
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Although solid information it is very very dated. For example when discussing new technologies, the Author suggests leaving a pager number on your answering machine and the best marketing tool she gives is to buy a full page ad in the yellow pages. The only internet resource listed is Ebay, and of course the companion website to this book. (Which also hasn't been updated since 2009). No mention was given at all to social media, Facebook or even Google. The games listed for breaking the ice were ancient and the equipment lists you must have included a new dual tape deck.
there were a few useful pages within in regards to contracts and planning, but a quick Google search revealed the same information for free.
I had high hopes for this book, but was sadly disappointed.
The beginning of the book unfortunately was just general knowledge and fillers.
I was expecting an insiders view on the mobile dj business.