Topic: Taglines/Names

Need A Tagline For My Vinyl Decal & Crafts Busines

Posted by Fracturedfairytale1974 on 250 Points
Hi, I need a tagline for my vinyl decal & handmade craft business.

I offer custom vinyl decals & labels for cars, walls, signs, homes, weddings, graduation, parties, organization, small business labels, etc.

I need a tagline & I can't think of anything.. I'd like it to be catchy & classy.

Thank you in advance for your help I really appreciate it!

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  • Posted by mgoodman on Moderator
    Let's start with a few basics:

    1. What is the name of the business? The name and tagline need to work together.

    2. Who and where is your primary target audience? How and where are they going to find out about you?

    3. What is the most important BENEFIT your target audience will appreciate when they do business with you? (The more we know about your target audience the more effective we can be in coming up with tagline options for you.)

    4. Why do you think you need a tagline? What do you want it to communicate? How will you ever know if the one you choose is effective? (What is the metric for success?)

  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    And how are you different from all the other decal makers out there? What can you do that others can't?
  • Posted by Fracturedfairytale1974 on Author
    Hi, my apologies for not giving more info.. I wasn't sure exactly how much to detail..

    So the name of my biz is "Crowned Creative" -

    We offer: inspirational, motivational, & faith based products that focus on, Christianity, families & conservatives, children, home, friendship, patriotism, pets, love & marriage.

    We offer wall, window, door, car, laptop/phone, & tumbler decals.

    We also offer heat transfer vinyl for "iron on" designs for t-shirts, hats, bags & more.

    Our services also extend to churches, small businesses, & kids sports teams.

    I have knowledge & experience in graphic & web design.. I also worked in jewelry design. And that has really helped me when designing these products.

    I hope that helps?
    Thanks again! :)
  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    Thanks for the detail. It seems you've spent more time/energy on describing the product line than on the customers. Can you go back and respond to questions 2, 3, 4, and Jay's question? The tagline has more to do with what's in your customers' minds than in your own product line.
  • Posted by Shelley Ryan on Moderator
    Hi Everyone,

    I am closing this question since there hasn't been much recent activity.

    Thanks for participating!


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