Here's a list of things you guys should have (from a marketing standpoint, not physical equipments) if you wanna truly be considered a professional DJ:
If anyone needs any advice on any of these let me know by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Most of you know am a pro designer too so I can help in terms of your logo, website, EPK and social media presence if anyone wants help (for a small fee of course).
Of course, a DJ also needs equipment, etc., but what equipment to get depends on what scale of shows or performances you're doing, blah blah blah. This post isn't about that. I just wanted to give you guys a heads up on things I have seen work for successful DJ's and hope that you all take some of this advice into account moving forward.
Tomas Gongora (DJ Dzl) is a Belizean DJ operating professionally since 2010 & Marketing Professional since 2000.