Mobile DJs assist in maintaining the life of the party. They’re highly similar to radio DJs who, although they decide what they want to play on their program, are limited only to the genre required by the station. Mobile DJs are the same, as though they’re free to decide what they want to play and how long they want to play, their music is dependent on what their client needs. This ensures that they get DJ-ing requests in the future. If you’re interested in developing a keen sense of understanding as to what music people want to hear while earning money, here are the things you need to do.
- Practice your skills with close friends. Offer your services to friends and families, beginning with a low price. A $100-$250 fee per event is enough for a starting mobile DJ. After each event, ask for comments and suggestions so you can improve your skills. Once you’ve gained enough experience and you already have a good reputation and a long list of clientele, you can expect between $750 and $1500 fee per event.
Being a mobile DJ can help you land a huge income, but you should know how to properly socialize with clients and guests. So make sure that you not only improve your DJ-ing skills but your social skills as well.