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5/2/2019 at 9:24 AM ET
I am doing a school project in Economics right now and we have to create our own business. So I decided to make a bonsai seed company, where my partner and I will be selling bonsai seeds to hopefully start a business ( remember this is for school). All I really need help on is a slogan for our company. Our company name is, J&J Bonsai seeds and needs. So please if anyone could help me with a slogan, that I can not be plagiarized for, than please let me know. Thanks again.
5/2/2019 at 5:11 PM
At the risk of making this request into more than it expects or needs, addressing the tagline properly will require that you provide additional information:
1. First, who is the primary target audience for your business? Where? How will they learn about you? Where will they see/hear the tagline?
2. What benefit should they expect if/when they buy bonsai seeds from you? What's in it for them? What are they buying now to try to get that benefit? Why do people need/want bonsai seeds?
3. What do you want the tagline to communicate? With a name like "J&J..." people are not likely to guess what makes you unique, so the tagline will need to do a lot of work. What are your criteria for a great tagline? How will you evaluate our suggestions and select a winner?
5/3/2019 at 7:02 PM
How about just sticking with something simple. Is changing the name to J&J Bonsai Seeds (and dropping "needs") an option?
How about J&J Bonsai Seeds (name). For all the needs of your bonsai seeds (tag).
5/20/2019 at 11:30 AM
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