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Slogan Needed For Interior Decorating Business
Posted by Anonymous on
7/19/2010 at 3:20 AM ET
I need help in making a catchy slogan for Reflections Interior Designs. I am female (if that makes a difference) running a small business serving residential clients with interior design and decorating.
7/19/2010 at 7:20 AM
Give some serious thought to one of the following for a tagline, what you call a "slogan"...
Residential Decorating Specialists
Let Us Help Decorate Your Home
We'll Help Decorate Your Home
the latter two sound much more inviting, particularly to the lady of the house. Good luck.
7/19/2010 at 9:59 AM
You don't need a catchy slogan for Reflections Interior Designs.
People do not buy catchy slogans, they buy the results that the
company they are working with offers: you don't buy the candy bar
for its wrapper, or the fancy diamond necklace because of its name or slogan. You buy it because it tastes good or looks good and because it fills a need or a want, and because it tells other people something about you—something they may aspire to.
The better option might be to use testimonials and to show prospective clients what you've done for other people. This is what's known as social proof, and when it comes to "keeping up with the Joneses", social proof is a powerful selling tool.
I hope this helps.
The Direct Response Marketing Guy™
Wilmington, DE, USA
7/19/2010 at 11:03 AM
You may want to also highlight the kinds of residential design in which you specialize: contemporary, traditional, colonial, green... a tagline and "elevator pitch" that points out these details may better help you sell your services.
7/19/2010 at 12:06 PM
"Change your look, not your personality."
My wife did this for years and one thing she learned was not to force people into making a change they didn't want because it was "in". If you hate peach and they like peach....peach it is.
7/19/2010 at 1:02 PM
For Images that Suit You Just Fine
We Suit You Just Fine
7/27/2010 at 1:06 PM
Like makeover shows, Interior Design can be about self-actualization for the client. They know that their home could be better, more functional and more stylish, but don't have the ability to make it happen on their own. The trick is to tap that promise of a better life in a short phrase. Here's what I have off the top of my head:
Better living brought to your home
Better living begins at home
Interiors that reflect your style
Live your vision of a stylish home
Your home brought to life
Make Your Home Happy
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