I need a slogan.
Update for clarification. The slogan is supposed to say: you need to know about social anxiety.
I tried using a free slogan maker. It asked for a word and I gave it social-anxiety. It came back with slogans – lots of them. Slogans like these:
- Get more from life with social-anxiety.
- Make someone happy with social-anxiety.
- Social-anxiety – empowering people.
- Social-anxiety makes dreams come true.
- Social-anxiety, try it you’ll like it!
I thought about these. For a second or two. Then I decided…
I still need a slogan. Something that says that social anxiety is the next big thing. That everyone needs to know about social anxiety. That you should be on the social anxiety bandwagon, because you don’t want to get left behind. That soon only ignorant people won’t know what social anxiety is. That sort of thing.
That’s the competition. The person who thinks up the best slogan will win a signed copy of my romance with a difference, Neither Here Nor There. If the winner has read that book, I’ll think of a different prize.
How to Enter
Where should you send your competition entries? Write them here in the comments or send them privately, if you prefer, using the Contact me button at the top. I’ll announce the winner here, unless they don’t want to be announced, and will use the winning slogan for marketing my forthcoming book: Social Anxiety Revealed.
12 replies on “Slogan Competition”
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Not very good, Miriam, but perhaps heading in the right direction.
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Should have been ‘shine a LIGHT…’ oops!
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