The slogan for Slogan Creator is ‘Slogans that Sell’. That’s what Lucinda does, she writes catchy and creative business slogans that can stay in a customer’s mind forever.
A sizzling slogan is like a rocket: strap it to a logo and it will help take a business and brand to amazing new heights. When it comes to slogans, pay once, benefit forever.
Lucinda works alongside her Slogan Sniffer Dog, Sammy, who is in charge of sniffing out really bad slogans. Sammy occasionally writes slogans too. Here’s one she wrote for Lucinda: Write more slogans. Eat less chocolate.
As a professional copywriter, Lucinda also writes website copy through her other business arm, Lion Writing.
You can generally find her in the chocolate aisle.
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"Every set back is a stepping stone to success" - Lucinda's wonderful Mum
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