10 Tips to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Business

10 Tips to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Business  - https://blog.crowdspring.com Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Marketing
From https://blog.crowdspring.com 1435 days ago
Made Hot by: CallMeB on February 22, 2017 1:40 pm
Coming up with a great company name for your new small business can be challenging and time-consuming. A memorable tagline can present an even greater challenge. A tagline is supposed to communicate what sets you apart from the competition and your brand’s focus. Here are 10 tips to get you started.





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Written by AcTouchBanga
1432 days ago

Hi,

Taglines communicate ideas and themes relevant to your business.

- AcTouch.



Written by lyceum
1432 days ago

Ross: Thanks for your reply. I am thinking in the same line as I want to do a play with words on GOT (Gothenburg) and got tea. You post has made me start thinking of a tagline for my EGO NetCast podcast.



Written by lyceum
1432 days ago

Ross: Thanks for your input. Design Done Better sounds good. The question is: design of what?



Written by RossKimbarovsky
1432 days ago

Typically, that tagline is shown next to a subheading that provides context. Most taglines have some abstraction to them. Have to leave a little to the imagination...



Written by lyceum
1432 days ago
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Written by RossKimbarovsky
1432 days ago

We've tried different things over the years (constantly testing). At the moment, the one we've been using (in our tests) is "Design Done Better".



Written by LegConSol
1433 days ago

I have to admit, I found this to be one of the challenges I had when I first started out. So much so, I allowed myself to get bogged down trying to come up with the perfect tagline.

These days, I find that "done is better than perfect" and as I evolve, so too can my tagline.

Great read.



Written by RossKimbarovsky
1432 days ago

Taglines are rarely easy, but you're right that for most, "done is better than perfect".



Written by lyceum
1432 days ago

I have been struggling with finding a tagline myself. I will come up with one as I am setting up my "last" website... ;)

I am playing with the Got Milk? tagline with one of my websites and future tea brand, GOT Tea Party. GOT is the acronym for Gothenburg (airport).



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