AVOID THE BAD!

The industry secrets to finding
QUALITY ENTERTAINERS
that you MUST know!!!

Reading this report is the best 3 minutes you can spend 
before booking anyone!
 

All right, so you are having a party and you want the kids to have a great time! You want an entertainer who can help you create great memories of the party, someone who your child will remember and talk about for months to come, the special personality who will make your friends ask “where did you get them?”

I’m sure you also want someone who can hold the attention of the children so you can enjoy the show or mingle with guests. What if you end up with someone who finally shows up 45 minutes late, looks nothing like their picture not to mention the breath, the kids make fun of him, the parents make comments like, “You should have used so-in-so, they were great” and “well, at least the kids are occupied.”

Wanna know who to avoid?


We are in the land of opportunity and there are many “ENTERTAINers” who aren’t! Being in the industry, I here the horror stories about who is good and who is not! Why would someone be a children’s entertainer and not like kids? How can companies hire high-school kids one day and send them out as a clown the next? Why do people think it is acceptable to be an hour late? These are the answers I cannot give you!

Want some answers?

Here are the proven methods to get a professional entertainer who is going to show up on time, make your party memorable and not break the bank! There is one thing you can do that will always work. I hate to tell you because it sometimes means you will chose someone other than us but I feel it is important. Ask a friend! Check with other parents to see who they have used and how they liked the show. If the answer is not fantastic, move on. Fantastic performers are out there and you can find us.  nearly half of our business comes from referrals.

Want the best secret?

 

ONLINE REVIEWS!! 

 

Superpages.com - Yellow Pages, White Pages & More!OUR OVERALL RATING IS: Recommend Us | Reviews

 

REAL VS. FAKE reviews:  (aka- a customer vs. Aunt Suzie)

1. Go to well known tried and true sources.  yellowpages.com, superpages.com, google, yahoo, bing, bbb.org (Better Business Bureau).

2. Fake (requested of family and friends) reviews will usually all appear within a day or two of each other because the person sends out a request to everyone and everyone who is willing does it when they get the request.  Watch out for a bunch of glowing reviews posted on the same day)

3. WATCH OUT FOR NO REVIEWS ON THE COMPANY.  This is easily missed!  Reliable sites will NOT allow removal of select reviews, but some allow advertisers to reset their advertising back to no reviews.  So, if you can’t find a review on a company anywhere they either were NEVER REVIEWED or they keep resetting their ads to eliminate bad reviews.

4. Real reviews will span a period of time.  Look for companies who have reviews starting a number of years ago.

5. Be weary of quotes inserted on a companies website.  Who said it?  Did they really say it?  How long ago was it that this performer actually impressed someone and they said “wow”?

6. Watch testimonial videos closely.  Do the people look like they really liked the performer or are they just being nice by allowing the performer to throw their cell phone up for a quick quote after an OK show.

7. Check many different sites for reviews.  Search for the company name and the word “reviews” such as “B. Happie Entertainment, reviews” and check the most popular review sites such as google.com, yahoo.com, yp.com, superpages.com, bing.com, yelp.com, bbb.org.

 

Want references? Ask for the ones for the last week or two.  Everyone has a show that went well within the last year only the best can say that about every show.  If they say they haven’t had a show in the last month…. well, that speaks for itself!  Often times customers feel bad saying anything negative about the performer and will only say good things even though they were not so great.  References from the entertainer are usually pretty useless.

If you can’t get a referral from a friend, use these simple steps when calling performers:

  1. Speak to the performer who will be coming to your house
    (even if just for a couple of minutes)
  2. Listen for someone who sounds like they know what they are doing
  3. Listen for someone who sounds like they have a good personalityChances are, if they sound like they know what they are doing and they have a good personality, they probably do.
  4. Check with the Better Business Bureau to see if the company is listed or has complaints against them. You know not everyone calls the BBB, so if there is one complaint listed, there are 1000 not filed! Click here to search the BBB.
  5. Get the details in writing from the company. Make sure all the information is correct. It is easy to make mistakes speaking and hearing information over the phone. You want to be sure the performer is there at the right time and right date.
  6. Go to www.superpages.com and www.yellowpages.com and search for the company you want to check out and see how many reviews they have.  If the company has no reviews it may be because the only way to get rid of bad reviews is to reset all reviews.

This information is provided to you by:
Brian and Lesha, the owners of B. Happie Entertainment – 1-888-867-4282

“I want your business of course! But, I want you to feel comfortable with your decision. I hope that your search will land you back on our doorstep, but if not, I hope you will find another great performer! I know the only way we can get your business in the future is if you have a positive experience with live entertainment so that you decide to use it again. If every entertainer and entertainment company were ethical, dedicated, and talented we would all benefit.

  Don’t worry, B. Happie