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The Education Reviews
1/1/2013 at 2:15 AM ET
Hi, v r issuing the educational based magazine in the Indian Market. It covers all information related with National and International Education Sector. The reviews of the experts regarding education and Schools, Collages, Institution and career etc. In short, one magazine having all expertise, educational center and career Kindly reviews nationally and Internationally. Kindly suggest me the tag line for our magazine named "The Education Review".
1/1/2013 at 6:04 AM
Good morning, nkc
India already has a great number of education review magazines, blogs and websites. Each and every one - from the Times of India downwards - cover the sort of things you will be covering.
So: for a useful tagline we need to know who you are aiming this at. Because the more focussed you can be, the more effective your tagline and blog will be. My suggestion is that you take an angle that isn't already covered, and it shouldn't be too hard with the state of affairs on the net right now.
(1) Are you targeting prospective students, existing students or academics?
(2) What income group?
(3) Where? After all, you will be in competition with the Harvard Business Review too ...
In the mean time, a few ideas to kick things off:
Stay Updated With the Latest
Reaching Students The Other Way Around
Beginning To End
1/1/2013 at 10:28 AM
"The Ultimate Education Resource" would work well, as would "The Complete Education Resource."
1/11/2013 at 9:13 AM
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