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Where To Find Good Sloganeers?
Posted by Anonymous on
1/16/2010 at 4:05 AM ET
Background: getaslogan.com is a website that provides slogan copywriting services. The amount that clients pay is shared between sloganeers and getaslogan.com. Sloganners can earn up to $50 per slogan. More details at
Question: do you know where we could reach good sloganeers? We would like to check with them if they would be interested in contributing slogans.
Any other ideas to attract more sloganeers?
Thank you in advance
1/16/2010 at 8:50 AM
For both your prospective customers and prospective "sloganeers," you might want to define exactly what you consider a "slogan" and how your clients might be using them.
The dictionary is all over the place with what a "slogan" can be a: motto; saying;jingle; catchphrase; and watchword.
Or did you actually mean a "tagline"?
That's should be your real focus, Jose, clearing up that mystery. Hope that helps.
1/16/2010 at 11:22 AM
My guess is the tag line discussion forum of this site would be an excellent place to start.
Further, I would post this on the sites of song writing interest groups. As I believe this is only a thin line between a well laid out slogan and a song.
1/16/2010 at 1:45 PM
As well as the great advice you've read above, you might want to consider forums for writers, poets, and copywriters.
I hope these resources help you.
Wilmington, DE, USA
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