Do you have experience in hiring a Vancouver Wedding DJ? If so, please describe your experience and any recommendations that you would offer to other potential wedding DJs.
I am the owner of a small independent wedding venue and DJ service in downtown Vancouver called DJing.ca. I have been running this business for about five years now (and it’s only gotten better since then). My goal has always been to provide an enjoyable environment where couples can get married without having to worry too much about the details or what they want.
I specialize in creating personalized playlists to fit your wedding or celebration. I have been doing this for a few years and you can trust that I won’t play anything that will make you cringe. During the reception, I will also announce when important events will take place (ex. I’ll make an announcement if people are toasting, cutting the cake, or having their first dance).
What did every couple exactly say about DJing.ca services?
I have received some wonderful remarks from the couples that I’ve worked with. One of my recent clients actually said this: “Jono really made our wedding day everything we wanted it to be. We couldn’t have been happier with our services. He’s incredibly professional and kept the party going all night long.”
What are the most commonalities of positive reviews about your company?
There’s a lot of positivity about my work overall. However, the most common things that people always bring up are: how I keep the crowd on the dance floor, how I’m able to understand what the crowd wants, and how I improve the overall experience of having a wedding.
What does every past client complain about?
The only thing that I can think of is that some people feel I am slightly more expensive than other DJs in the area.
Do the word-of-mouth and online presence help your business to grow?
I wouldn’t say that it grows by leaps and bounds, but I get a few new customers every month, so I suppose it’s helping. I’d imagine that it would help a lot more if I had a larger advertising budget.
Has anyone ever told you that your prices are too high? Or maybe too low?
I used to think my prices were too low because I was trying to undercut the competition when I first started out. However, after getting more experience in the business, I now believe that my prices are fair. Sometimes people complain that my prices are too high, but they usually go with other DJs in the area that has cheaper rates.
Overall, is there anything you would change about your business to attract more customers?
As I mentioned before, I would definitely expand the advertising efforts. Despite being slightly expensive, I feel that my work and dedication as a person make up for it.
How well do your services compare to your competitions?
I would say that my skills as a wedding DJ are slightly better than the average competition, but it really just depends on the person providing the service. There are a few services that are better than others, but as long as the customer finds someone they click with then there shouldn’t be a problem.
So, to sum it all up:
My name is Jono and I am a wedding disc jockey. I provide a quality service that caters to the needs of my customers and makes sure everyone has a good time while staying within their budget. I think I do a pretty good job, but I always believe that there is always room for improvement. If you like, you can see if I’m available on the site for your wedding date at djing.ca.