StatisticsReview of Mr DJ Services

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- what they don't want you to know

In fourth grade my class field trip was to learn about the historic gold rush near Sonora, Ca. When there a miner let us pan for gold. Yippie! Only ten minutes into it I thought I was rich! My eyes wide open with joy the first time I had panned for gold. Then realized I struck it, poor! Turns out the gold flakes in the pan were just "fools gold". It looks gold in color and seems real but in the end it was colorful dirt anybody could find within regular suburban soil. Therefore it was worthless.

Major wedding sites like THE KNOT & WEDDING WIRE are a great resource for brides. Let me be clear, they are a great resource for brides. These above mentioned sites also provide a service for vendors and for a substantial yearly fee (approximately $1500-$5400) will funnel brides, potential clients, toward an advertised vendor. Thus if the vendor pays the fee for an entire year (contract) then an endorsement (see picture right, below) labeled "Best of Weddings" which is then placed on the vendors home page portraying a huge and prestigious award. Does paying for brides earn the title "Best"? Is this a legitimate endorsement with regards to DJ performance? What if a vendor doesn't have this endorsement widget from THE KNOT or WEDDING WIRE? (see footnote:1 widget)

There is no watch dog or anything sizable and similar to how the committees in charge of the OSCARS or the Grammy awards operate. Sorry, there was no ceremony, fanfare or award acceptance speeches. These sites can bring a vendor more business and help a bride easily research vendors but that's not the issue here so let's stay on point. Not having the endorsement does not devalue any vendor found outside of the The Knot & Wedding Wire.
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footnote :1  .
In computing, a web widget is a software widget for the web. It's a small application with limited functionality that can be installed and executed within a web page by an end user. A widget has the role of a transient or auxiliary application, meaning that it just occupies a portion of and does something useful with information fetched from other websites and displayed in place. Other terms used to describe web widgets include: portlet, web part, gadget, badge, module, snippet and flake. Widgets are typically created in DHTML or Adobe Flash.a webpage

footnote : 2   ROI def =  Return On Investment