Free Wedding Leads With Facebook? It’s Still Possible!

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“This might just be the last real free source of leads!” says Bob Graham. “I probably shouldn’t be sharing this.” Bob is the savvy owner of Airwaves Music, one of the largest DJ companies in Canada, and founder of the new software company Event Temple. So maybe I twisted his arm a little to get him to let me share

Featured Wedding Superhero: Staci Nichols, DJ Entertainer& Officiant

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Staci Nichols of R3volution Weddings brings her fierce drive to everything she does. Whether it’s pouring over her books, studying marketing, writing great articles for Book More Brides or dreaming up new offers for her business, she’s all about getting into action. But the wedding business hasn’t always come easily for Staci. Fortunately for us, she’s generous enough to share

9 Reasons Why Hiring an Amateur Wedding DJ Is a Huge Mistake

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What most couples who are planning a wedding don’t know is that saving money by hiring an amateur DJ for your wedding comes with a high price tag.  Before you make a decision you regret, here are some things you need to know. 1. There’s a high probability that a cheap (or free) DJ won’t be in business by the

The Truth About Making a Living as a Wedding Professional

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Question: Who said you’re going to make a good living as a wedding vendor? Interesting survey and results… [The survey referred to found the 47.9% of wedding vendors make LESS THAN $25,000 per year, which is not a livable, full-time wage in most areas.  Get the full survey results here.] However, I need to ask who told these people that

No Thanks DJ

I recently ran across a conversation on a DJ chat board about a blog called No Thanks, DJ. The focus of the site ( done in a pretty humorous way ) is to point out some of the less than professional conduct of a few DJs out there.  You could just as easily make a site called No Thanks, Caterer