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Tagline Security Company
Posted by Anonymous on
10/29/2008 at 2:04 PM ET
I have a security company and I am trying to change my tagline, it was "targeting in on crime" for the past 15 years, but some marketing guy came in and talked me into thinking it wasn't very "emotional" and true it does not tell why someone should use Security Depot vs. our competition. We offer same day next day service, we are locally owned, and we use the highest quality equipment and personell. We also offer wireless monitoring service. I thought about making a "lifesaver" our logo, but that got nixed real quick. I have a few.."your wireless monitoring specialist", "peace of mind from a name you trust", "peace of mind you will love", "any ideas, when a person buys a security system for home or business, they usually breathe a sigh of relief, that is what I want in my tag line..
10/29/2008 at 2:20 PM
The safest choice.
24-hour protection starts tomorrow.
We have a lock on fast, local service.
10/29/2008 at 3:15 PM
"...when a person buys a security system for home or business, they usually breathe a sigh of relief, that is what I want in my tag line." And that's exactly what you came up with when you wrote "Peace of mind from a name you trust."
It's all there, my friend, the two major elements people are looking for when they purchase a security system...pieace of mind, plus a supplier they can trust.
The only other way I'd position that statement - to make it stronger - would be as follows:
"For 15 Years, Delivering Peace of Mind From a Name You Can Trust."
Yes, it's a bit long. You can shorten it by omitting "Delivering" without losing what are now three elements customers will consider important. And "Trust" is enhanced by "For 15 Years". Obviously, you can change that number as the years roll on.
Give it some serious thought, really. Good luck...
10/29/2008 at 3:19 PM
Peace of Mind Protection
10/30/2008 at 9:29 AM
Safeguarding Homes For Over 15 Years
Who's Watching Your Home When You're Away?
11/4/2008 at 8:16 AM
Trusted Protection, Superb Service
Protecting Homes and Families for Over 15 years
11/4/2008 at 5:59 PM
Protecting Your Most Precious Investments for Over 15 Years
Securing your Investments. Protecting your Dreams.
11/11/2008 at 10:30 PM
Phil nailed it! The only other thought would be to tweak it with a rhyme to make it more catchy.
Peace of mind from a name you know
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