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I Need A Good Tagline - Music Site
Posted by Anonymous on
10/29/2004 at 6:33 AM ET
Hi Again, I'm looking for a good tagline for our musicmaker site, we currently have Create, Submit, Promotion, Sales, which I really dont like at all. All ideas would be welcomed warmly :)
If you dont know the site it's
and is a recruitment site for artists of original music and any genre.
Thanks in anticipation
10/29/2004 at 7:58 AM
Most obvious ones:
Music Making Money
Let's Make Music Money
Your Music Makes Money
I'll come back in a while with a little more thought.
10/29/2004 at 9:41 AM
Off the wall:
" Man, You Can Make Serious Money with Your Music! "
" I'm Playin if You're Payin! "
" Money to My Ears "
" You Get Paid 4 Playin Your S**t "
10/29/2004 at 10:16 AM
This is from my 16 year old.
"You aint got no Zing if you cant Hear Khaging!!
10/29/2004 at 1:59 PM
Be heard. Get paid.
10/29/2004 at 2:59 PM
Explore Your Music
Discover Your Music
Step Up to Fame
The Beat Goes On
Audience Makers For Music Makers
The Music Maker Promoter
The Virtual Music Promoter
Guess Who’s Listening
hope this helps the brainstorming,
10/29/2004 at 3:52 PM
Music for the soul
Let your passion become their
Don't just sell your music, invest in it
For the love of music
Music matters where passion invites
10/29/2004 at 5:14 PM
Find your audience.
10/29/2004 at 5:57 PM
Hi went to visit your site.A couple of things I see missing is who is your market? But more impotantly what are you doing for me the artist.You need to spell out your benefits to the independent artist,what's in it for them and reassure them that you are not a front for a major label which at this time they are not interested in.
LET'S WALK,GATHER & EARN together
10/29/2004 at 8:25 PM
Lesley, you just made some important distinctions about your service for musicians. Maybe your tagline needs to focus on the
The best deal you can spin.
(I'll keep thinking about it.)
10/30/2004 at 4:30 AM
The no-ripoff net-home for new musicians
We listen you your needs, everyone listens to your music
10/30/2004 at 9:41 PM
Music, food for the soul, so play on and on!
Sorry but that's the best I've got this evening. Hope it helps
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