Archive for Keeping Safe

The M&M’s of Wedding Agreements

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 at 9:12 AM by Jason Spencer   

No, the San Francisco Bay Area wedding professionals are not about to get this funky with their agreement. However it’s true, a wedding agreement between brides and grooms and their vendors can be tedious. Even my agreement for Master of Ceremonies and Wedding Entertainment is two pages long and filled with tiny print, most of which the Spencer Weddings and Entertainment lawyers tell me I have to include.

However, my friend Ron Ruth (of Ron Ruth Wedding Entertainment) has put together a list of 10 Tips to Precent Wedding Contract M&M’s (Misunderstandings & Mistakes).

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Give Them A Reason To Stay

Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 at 9:09 AM by Jason Spencer   

Every industry has some mentors that keep them guided and on track to making the best of their passion. It might be someone they aspire to be as they go forward. The one that sparked the mobile DJ/entertainment industry has to be Mark Ferrell. Along with his wife, Rebecca, Mark teaches and inspires entertainment skills. […]

Now Broadcasting on Thumbtack!

Friday, July 1st, 2011 at 3:02 PM by Jason Spencer   

Starting today, you can find my Wedding DJ and Master of Ceremonies service descriptions, and even a special Insider Q&A on a new site called Thumbtack.

Safegaurd Your Facebook Experience

Monday, April 25th, 2011 at 3:24 PM by Jason Spencer   

Assuming you read last week’s post, I have to ask: Are you practicing safe Facebook? What? You only read about my experience and failed to take any action? Tsk, tsk. Actually, I don’t blame you. Facebook doesn’t do a very good job of telling the world about their security features. Even the new ones seem […]

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Are You Practicing Safe Facebook?

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 at 3:33 PM by Jason Spencer   

About two weeks ago my Facebook account was hacked. Before I go any further, I should state upfront that I am not of the mentality that “Facebook is out to get me.” In fact, I think Facebook has done a decent job of trying to be a viable service and business, while remaining one of […]