Quick Vote On A New Product's Tagline

by Ludovic 9 replies
A New Online Content Rewriter/Spinner Membership Site called Content Professor is coming soon.

I need you guys to select which tagline/idea would best fit this product:

ContentProfessor - Intelligent Article Writer
ContentProfessor - Next Generation in Writing
ContentProfessor - Better Articles. Better Results.
ContentProfessor - More Than Human.
ContentProfessor - Just Better Articles.
ContentProfessor - Nothing Less Than Impressive
ContentProfessor - Write As Good As One Without The Costs

If you can come up with a better one, please do tell as well as vote for the ones I already have.

Thanks,
Ludovic
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonValens
    I went for the "Intelligent Article Writer" tagline, though I was tempted by the "better articles. better results".

    Here's why; for me the use of 'intelligent' suggests its going to use some natural language processing, rather than spitting out some spammy gibberish. And thats a feature that would really catch my eye in a rewriter/spinner.

    Having said that better articles and better results sells some benefits. Along with that it kind of presupposes that it's easy to use.

    I dunno, "Intelligent Results, Better Articles"?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Lam
    It's okay, Jason, I had the same problem when I wrote those up last night at 2AM. I was also indecisive between the "better" and "intelligent" approach. I did end up voting for the "better" one. I was actually laughing pretty good to see you have the same problem.

    And no... not what you last suggested. Sounds too clumsy and forced.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Murdaugh
    What's the big idea on this?

    Human quality rewritten articles in a short amount of time?

    Is there an angle that makes it different/better than competing products?

    How about "Generate Over 214 High Quality Unique Articles In 30 Seconds Flat."

    Change the specifics to fit the product. The problem with most of what you've got so far is that they're all pretty generic...

    Intelligent Article Writer
    Google has one too, it's called "Google Translate" and not only is it intelligent, it can crank out unique articles too (but they ain't pretty).

    Just Better Articles.
    How/Why?

    Nothing Less Than Impressive.
    That could be applied to a golf club, a car, or millions of other products.

    If I'm shopping for an article spinner, I've probably already got one, or even several... And I want to know how this can help me when I've already bought your competitors products.

    If this IS different than anything else on the market, I want to know why, and I want to know before I have time to think "Oh great, another crappy article spinner".

    Good luck.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Lam
    It's just a tagline and we narrowed it down to 2. Ludovic just ended posting all of them anyway. A tagline doesn't have to give away everything at first glance... does "because content is king" tell you what the product is about? Does "it's time to sink or swim" tell you what the product is? No. That can be used for millions of products, too, right?

    The real money is in the headline anyway. And there's too many other things to mention, but all Ludovic wanted to know was which tagline was best and if you had a better one, let him know.

    Btw, your "Generate Over 214 High Quality Unique Articles In 30 Seconds Flat" isn't a tagline, but it can be an attention grabber or post-headline. Thank you for your ideas and suggestions. I'm sure Ludovic will enjoy that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott Murdaugh
    Hey Kevin,

    I just noticed that you wrote those, I didn't read that before.

    And you're right... "It's Time To Sink Or Swim" is pretty generic, it doesn't say what the product does (people reading this thread will have no clue) and it was designed to fit in with the theme of that whole site.

    The reason I was asking about the product was...

    1. He asked...

    2. There are a lot of similar products out there, one of which is currently a CB top seller. So, if there IS something different about it, I think the reader needs to know asap.

    And you're right, it's just a tagline. You can handle all of that stuff in the headline, etc.

    Good luck.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Lam
    Hey Scott,

    It's cool. To be honest, I told him I didn't even like using "Content Professor" because it reminds me of someone that teaches... perhaps teaches writing or something. But then again, I can always work an angle for it. It would have been easier with another one I suggested, but he's set on it now so I'll leave him be.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dainis
    ContentProfessor - Better Articles. Better Results. gets my vote. It tells me what kind of content the ContentProfessor can do for me. "Content" only makes sense to people in the online marketing world really, I mean, what "normal" person walks around saying "where do get the 'content' for my articles?" People basically say "I want to write an article on this topic, hum de dum here I go."

    So, with "Better Articles. Better Results," I know that this is a product that helps me write better articles and likely helps me tailor them for SEO and profits.

    Is a blog post an "article?" Is a blog page an "article?" What's an article? I think a lot of online vocabulary is quite challenging, because it's just so new.
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  • Profile picture of the author dtendrich
    Hey, I wasn't crazy about any of them, to be honest, but the "without the costs" tagline is the closest for me. The wording is a bit awkward, but with some polishing I think it'll be killer.

    Maybe: "Killer articles, without the cost"

    The repitition of the 'k' sound in "killer" and "cost" make it catchy
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