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KEH075: Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line

KEH075 with Tommy Johns: Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line

Educational Significance and Magic Workshops: Kids Entertainer Tips for Increasing Your Bottom Line How is an educational show different from an educationally significant show? Professional kids entertainer and educator Tommy Johns discusses their difference in this podcast and also gives clever, useful tips on creating, offering, and selling magic workshops. There’s a wealth of information…

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Create the Most Amazing Thank You Note Ever That Your Clients Will Keep

Create the Most Amazing Thank You Note Ever: Tips for Kids Entertainers

In our previous post, Mark and I talked about four things that help make school assembly shows a resounding success. Here in the last installment of our series for Kids Entertainer Hub, we aim to leave you with something that’s often overlooked but truly valuable in terms of forging client relationship (and making you stick…

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Understanding the Magician’s Role at a Restaurant

Understanding the Magician's Role at a Restaurant: Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers Part 2

In part 1 of the Restaurant Gigs for Kids Entertainers series, long-time restaurant manager Andrew Cox gave tips on how to get hired as a strolling performer at restaurants and hotels. Here in part 2, he shares more about the restaurant setting and the magician’s role in it, as well as advice on how to…

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Waiting for the Call

Waiting for the Call: Tips for Kids Entertainers

Last time we talked about how to negotiate for higher fees. This time we’ll talk about handling tentative bookings in a way that is fair to you, to your prospective client, and to other clients looking to book the same schedule. Last December, I finished a show at a convention centre where an assortment of…

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The Repeat Client

The Repeat Client: Tips on How to Score More Bookings with Your Previous Clients

In my previous article, I shared three tips on how to keep your clients from delaying your show. Now we’ll go into something that is every professional’s concern: keeping the business of good clients. A little while ago, I was speaking with someone who wanted some tips on how to drum up his new business.…

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Handling Delays: 3 Tips on How to Stay on Schedule

Handling Delays: 3 Tips on How to Stay on Schedule

In my previous post, I shared practical and totally doable steps that you can take to get media exposure. Here we’ll delve into something that’s part of every children and family performer’s life: delays. Has this ever happened to you? You leave your home early to get to your show taking weather, construction, and traffic…

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