Looking for suggestions for a tagline!

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Having trouble coming up with a catchy tagline for my upcoming product Social Sniper!

-gain massive exposure and discover any target market on social media

-Discover any target market and generate exposure, traffic, leads and sales from social media

-A practical approach to social media for any entrepreneur - discover and leverage your target market on social media

idk any suggestions?!
#social media #suggestions #tagline
  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Too long and complicated.

    What is your USP? The #1 benefit of the product? What will it do for me?

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  • Profile picture of the author benjamenjuan
    the best thing is that you can

    generate targeted exposure quickly with social media!
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    • Profile picture of the author Gambino
      Originally Posted by benjamenjuan View Post

      the best thing is that you can

      generate targeted exposure quickly with social media!
      Targeted Traffic Today
      Targeted Social Traffic
      Rapid Social Traffic

      Or a million other quick to the point slogans.
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    • Profile picture of the author webmarke
      Originally Posted by benjamenjuan View Post

      the best thing is that you can

      generate targeted exposure quickly with social media!
      "Your Shortcut To Targeted Social Media Exposure!"
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  • Profile picture of the author Rose Anderson
    Use your own phrase, "How to target buyers with social media". To the point, no excess verbiage.

    Rose
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  • Profile picture of the author kodewhizz
    Make sure its to-the-point and extremely catchy.
    Something like "Social Sniper- Laser Targeted Leads!"
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  • Profile picture of the author newbim
    "Taking competition OUT"
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    If what I said helps, let me know, throw me a 'thanks'.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
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  • Profile picture of the author kazimuhith
    Social Sniper!

    A magnet for social traffic!
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  • Profile picture of the author moss
    Start reading Copy Hackers. Specifically start reading 'Headlines, Subheads & Value Propositions' by Joanna Wiebe. I think you'll find it a great help with not just finding a great tagline but understanding why that tagline is so good.

    If you're doing a big enough launch develop 2 or 3 and AB test them. You can even cheat a bit by doing a pre launch email each with each of the potential tag lines as a subject line. Then based on open rates you can tell what your target audience engages with the most. It's not to say that will be the best tagline and you should still test on the actual site, but it's a good proxy. You can do the same thing by testing tagline using Facebook ads if you don't have a big enough email list and looking at engagement stats.
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    • Profile picture of the author benjamenjuan
      Originally Posted by moss View Post

      Start reading Copy Hackers. Specifically start reading 'Headlines, Subheads & Value Propositions' by Joanna Wiebe. I think you'll find it a great help with not just finding a great tagline but understanding why that tagline is so good.

      If you're doing a big enough launch develop 2 or 3 and AB test them. You can even cheat a bit by doing a pre launch email each with each of the potential tag lines as a subject line. Then based on open rates you can tell what your target audience engages with the most. It's not to say that will be the best tagline and you should still test on the actual site, but it's a good proxy. You can do the same thing by testing tagline using Facebook ads if you don't have a big enough email list and looking at engagement stats.
      Great advice thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author gingerninjas
    Tag lines should be - sharp and to the point. Think about some of the most famous tag lines - Nike (Just Do It), Avis (We Try Harder), Coca Cola (It's The Real Thing), L'Oreal (Cause You're Worth It)... while you may not be able to get a tag line that is renowned world wide, I would suggest making what ever you come up with really snappy and concise.
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    • Profile picture of the author benjamenjuan
      Originally Posted by gingerninjas View Post

      Tag lines should be - sharp and to the point. Think about some of the most famous tag lines - Nike (Just Do It), Avis (We Try Harder), Coca Cola (It's The Real Thing), L'Oreal (Cause You're Worth It)... while you may not be able to get a tag line that is renowned world wide, I would suggest making what ever you come up with really snappy and concise.
      I think those are slogans, imo the tag line is descriptive, exciting and supports the headline, not very long but not as short as a slogan
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Spend a ton more time in a quiet room. The tagline idea will hit ya Works like a charm.

    Here's to more social sniping for you

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  • Profile picture of the author jogunn
    I have run contests on Freelancer in the past to get ideas for brand names and slogans. You can start a contest for around $10 and people will give you ideas and you can rate them.

    Its a great way to get lots of input for a low cost.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gallag97
    why don't you call it " Social Sniper, shooting you to success"
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