carlwelden Posted April 29, 2009 Share Posted April 29, 2009 So while I am far from a human radio station, I could certainly use some input on working out a slogan for voice over marketing purposes, branding, etc. Here is my story: Point A) My entire life, I have had to correct the spelling of my name on mailings, venue signs, checks, schools, jobs from Weldon to WELDEN. Now in the information age, spelling is paramount, where an incorrect keystroke is the equivalent of a wrong turn while driving. Point B) On the playground the wittiest phrase my childhood friends/enemies could come up with was "How do you like your steak?...well done? (insert inane, mocking laughter)" Decades later I am considering turning this to my advantage. Can I nail two birds with one stone? What would an ad agency come up with? Can it be simple, memorable and witty? How would you tweak or alter my concept? "Hire Carl Welden for a job well done" "A Welden voice is a voice well done" "Well done? Welden!" "Carl Welden productions are well done productions" "If it's not well done...." "Carl Welden...this guy is just awesome" Scratch that last one, or maybe all of them! I have over analyzed the prospect too much already, so I am asking for your help. If your name was mine, how would you pitch yourself to potential voice seekers? I'm looking for any ideas at all. They don't even have to remotely resemble my original concept (heck, I might like it more). Your thoughts anyone????????? Thank you in advance my friends. -Carl (there's no letter "o" in my name) Welden Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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