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Posted by Anonymous on
11/20/2012 at 8:15 PM ET
looking for a tagline for Fanbaby. fanbaby is a retail &n online Souvenir Shop we sell everything from sports related licensed products to music memorabilia, collectibles, autographs and am looking for a tag line to compliment our souvenir storefront
11/20/2012 at 9:20 PM
Your question relates to collectibles and memorabilia for adults, but your website is about baby garb and birth announcements. Could you please explain a bit more about how you want the name, the website, and the souvenirs to meld into one entity? Or are you planning on eliminating the baby goods? Or ...?
Hard to come up with a tagline when it's not clear what kind of business it is ... so thanks for any additional info you can provide.
11/20/2012 at 9:35 PM
The websiteis going to get a full makeover, it will be along the same lines as Fansedge or Fanatics.com Sorry i was not clearer
11/21/2012 at 6:37 AM
If you intend keeping the same site, what happens to the people coming back expecting stuff for their newborns?
What makes your store special that people will come and buy from you. Because everybody says they do their best. Nobody says they are overly expensive and charge outrageous prices for something that nobody else has.
From your description you aren't differentiating yourself from anybody else. Have a think.
11/21/2012 at 8:32 AM
The first thing I'd do is change the name to FanBaby...so it can be easily recognized as two words.
Next, I'd do some soul searching to find out why your site is better than any of your competitors...if indeed it is. Once you share that information with us we'll be better able to suggest appropriate taglines for your site.
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