Improve your bottom line. Fire your webmaster.
I think it's strong and evocative. It's appropriate to my initial target market, which is small biz/organization stakeholders who are tired of getting ripped off for websites, or who have tried to use WordPress before. It's also a bit cruel in these hard times. Plus, I actually think it's going to be a great product for webmaster because they can get more billable work done in less time. So I need to drop that tagline.
My others just feel blah after that one. Would you expert mind telling me which one you think would pull the best?
- Build great sites in minutes. Let the world find them in hours.
- Build 3 websites. Launch your marketing campaign. Then have lunch.
- Create real business websites in minutes. Let the world find them in hours.
- Learn it. Do it. Sell it.
- Build great sites in minutes. Watch them make money in hours.
Or maybe it's back to the drawing board?