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Catchy Title On Business Brochure
Posted by Anonymous on
7/6/2006 at 1:53 PM ET
I RUN A DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL CLEANING COMPANY, AND I NEED A CATCHY TITLE ON THE FRONT PAGE OF MY BUSINESS BROCHURE IN A QUESTION FORMAT.
7/6/2006 at 1:56 PM
Lean and Clean
Captures the essense of Lean Manufacturing and Cleaning in the home
7/6/2006 at 2:37 PM
Some ideas off the top of my head---
Need Clean? or Need Cleaning?
Dirt got you down? We know how to keep it down!
How Much Dirt Do You Have?
Do We Know Dirt? Yes We Do! or Do We Know How To Clean? Yes We Do!
Hope these help.
7/6/2006 at 2:43 PM
I hope this subject will cover your brochures idea:
• Cleaning or cleaning services?
• Efficient cleaning: Report a problem
• Facilities cleaning and care
• Cleaning library for Domestic and industrial market
• Quality, progressiveness and cleaning kit
I hope this will help!
7/6/2006 at 3:23 PM
Your business brochure title is:
DOMESTIC AND INDUSTRIAL CLEANING
Do not try to be clever. Your prospects will want cleaning, not some smart ass copywriting.
I know. I'm the smartest copywriter in the UK.
7/6/2006 at 3:25 PM
And if you really want a question format, make that:
DOMESTIC OR INDUSTIAL CLEANING?
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