Ali de Bold
on Mar 05, 2010 @ 09:58 am|
Hi Everyone! If you had to boil down "what is ChickAdvisor?" in one short sentence what would it be?
For those visiting the site for the first time, we'd like them to see in an instant what we are about, by adding an explanatory line to the top of the page. Since we launched, that line has been "Love it. Share it. Rate it.", but we'd like to be a bit more concise.
How would you describe ChickAdvisor to a friend in one very short sentence?
|Something is better than nothing... on Mar 06, 2010 @ 03:52 pm|
Wow! I thought this question would have had a lot of responses by now. Maybe someone just needs to get the ball rolling. I'm going to spit out whatever comes to mind, however silly it may be. Don't laugh [too much] at my ideas : )
Get social about the things you love
Great finds, friends and fun
The hottest trends, services and products - All in one place
Ladies: Review - Share - Compare
Discover the best of everything
Advice for life
A place for women to discuss what rocks
Honest insights from everyday women
Your resource for what life has to offer
Great things are meant to be shared
So, what does everyone think?
What are your ideas?
|tripadvisor for stuff on Mar 07, 2010 @ 10:55 am|
I always tell friends its like Tripadvisor, but for products and things, like makeup, books, shoes, shampoo, etc ...
I know that's not short and concise and certainly not a tagline, but that's my approach to describing what chickadvisor is to friends.
Ali de Bold
|Thank you! on Mar 08, 2010 @ 10:16 am|
Wow, Ppolly thanks for all of the great ideas! Spotty, that's how I often describe it too. Here's what some other taglines are that I think do a great job explaining in a nutshell what they do:
TripAdvisor: "Over 30 million trusted traveler reviews & opinions"
Yelp: "Yelp is the fun and easy way to find, review and talk about what's great - and not so great, in your area."
I think it could be even shorter than that. Something to the effect of:
"Unbiased, trusted reviews of products and places by real women"
That doesn't mention anything about our community, our shopping parties or the other things we do, but at least people would see in an instant that ChickAdvisor is a great place to read reviews from real people.
Any other thoughts?
|Let's keep thinking... on Mar 12, 2010 @ 11:32 am|
Still thinking up ideas for taglines. Meanwhile, am posting in order to keep the question active and the ideas coming in from everyone.
ppolly, I really like some of your suggestions!