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Hi everyone! I'm working on taglines for my site and can't decide which to go with. Can you give me an idea of which you like best?
1. Time Tested Organizing Tips from a Naturally Disorganized Person
2. Organizing Made Easy - Save Time, Save Money and Declutter Your Life
Thank you Randall!
I felt like #2 was easier to read, but the ending sounded too vague and familiar. Maybe add something to #2 about being natural disorganized.
Did you decide which to use?
Paul - Currently I'm using some hybrid selections. On my homepage I have "Organizing Made Easy - Save Time, Save Money, Declutter Your Home & Life" and on my About page I have "Organizing Made Easy – From a Naturally Disorganized Person".
I figured that took the best of both worlds and put them in the most logical places on the website. Anyone who wants to know more about me personally can know that I was formerly disorganized and everyone landing on the site will just see a more "professional" front.
What do you think of this solution?
#2 is better because if I read the first I would think, "I'm not sure I want to take advice from an admittedly flighty person." although I completely understand the desire to want to do original and not overdone. The second sounds like something you would read on any other site dealing with organization. Maybe you can re-word #1 to sound more appealing to want to hire YOU, and not just yet another Jane Doe online with a blog.
Thanks for your input, Justin.
Thank you Brian!