Reading a bunch of product names and taglines

Job #173972

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Job # 173972 Reading a bunch of product names and taglines

Posted Date
Feb 11, 2016 @ 14:13
Respond By
Feb 13, 2016
Word Count
Authoritative, Sincere
English (North American)
Age Range
Middle Aged

Job Description

Well here's the thing...this job is just as the title says. We have some products, and some potential taglines. But the company hasn't selected taglines. So we're playing mix and match.

We have a few (text only) videos for the products, and will have a few more in the future, and the product name and tagline will be the only speaking. So for now, we're just recording names and taglines. I understand this won't be a perfect solution, but if we were to mix and match every combination, we'd have something like ten factorial eight, and I'm a copywriter so I don't even know what that means.

So we've got some product names, and taglines. I wish I could tell you more, or give you some better direction, but as Cool Hand Luke says, "sometimes, nothing can be a real cool hand." Except in this case, where nothing just makes this a crapshoot.

Only tricky word from a pronunciation standpoint is the company name, DENTSPLY. The T is silent. DENS-PLY. Hear it here:

Feel free to ask any questions.



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