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Unique Simple, Names To Name My Massage Business?
Posted by Anonymous on
2/12/2009 at 8:29 PM ET
As for right now I'm looking for a simple but unique name for my massage business, with a catchy slogan??? Any suggestions??? Something simple that flows togeather. Thanx.
2/12/2009 at 8:53 PM
We need a little more information before we can be really helpful.
Who is your primary target audience? Where do they live? What do you offer them that they can't get from someone else? Why should they hire you? What is the most important benefit you deliver to them? What do you want to communicate with the name and slogan?
An observation: Catchy slogans don't usually generate much business. You might be better off with either no slogan or a slogan that clearly communicates the benefit you promise and deliver.
2/16/2009 at 1:37 PM
When a name or slogan can communicate the intended benefit it can have a very positive impact on those individuals looking for a reputable source for treatment.
When I think of your massage business, initial thoughts that come to mind include Sweet Relief Massage (I can just hear that sigh of relief your client's feel at the end of the session) and Deep Release Massage (suggesting a professionally applied massage treatment).
Without more knowledge about your business, location, services and staff qualifications it's difficult to go further.
Hope this helps.
2/19/2009 at 3:50 PM
2/26/2009 at 9:47 AM
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2/27/2009 at 7:44 AM
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