The Internet also helps with building a network as there are many platforms that can be used to showcase your work. SoundCloud and YouTube are a good start. Because of YouTube’s relatively new live stream function, connecting with fans is now easier than ever. DJs such as Armin van Burren, a trance DJ from Eastern Europe, uses YouTube to livestream his show.
With YouTube, you can also earn a bit of money based on the number of consistent fans that watch your content. Having a website, Instagram and Snapchat are almost necessary as they allow you to show your music to a wider audience. With all of this, you will need to work on your image and make yourself as promotable as possible without seeming as though you’re pandering. While you’re promoting yourself be sure to create an interesting bio, have a stylistic logo, showcase not only your music, but any career highlights as well as the things you’ve been doing online and lastly, have loads of promotional photos as any client will need the DJ to fit the aesthetic of their establishment.