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Real Estate Catch Phrase
6/6/2011 at 10:12 PM ET
genovese is my last name and need a catchy phrase for my website and business card
6/6/2011 at 10:37 PM
I would focus on what outstanding service you provide for your clients when you consider a phrase, instead of connecting it to your name.
6/7/2011 at 7:55 AM
You might want to fill in some of the many blanks you left empty, like how long you've been in the business, your specialty, where you're located...all that detail stuff that gives us something on which to suggest that tagline you're looking for when you talk about "a catchy phrase.
6/7/2011 at 8:53 AM
Your name may be genovese, but I'm guessing a realtor's name is not the primary criteria for people selecting a particular real estate agent. (They all have names, don't they?) It's probably some perceived benefit that they'll get, or a friend's referral.
Your "catchy phrase" should be less "catchy" and more relevant to what your prospective customers want and need. Why should they choose you? What's the unique and important benefit you provide? Who is your ideal client? Where?
Give us some more information and we'll help you come up with a great tagline.
6/7/2011 at 11:37 AM
Tying it in with customer wants and needs is important, so how about something like..... "Sell or buy with ease by calling Genovese"
6/8/2011 at 10:47 AM
Geneove''s Gems or Gen''s Gems when buying or selling real estate. Firstname Genovese at your service.
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