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Opinions needed on new slogan/strap line for Childminding...............

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looneytune Mon 22-Jun-09 15:21:58

One of my sets of parents has very kindly offered to build me a brand spanking new website (mine is a tad dated wink), so I'm taking the opportunity to think about all the changes I want to make.

One of the questions in the document I had to complete was whether or not I wanted a strap line for my business. I've decided I do

I started this thread in the childminders etc. section and am looking for more feedback, opinions etc.

My company name is 'Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)'

I can't decide whether to go with a strap line that fits with the company name or just one linked to what I do.

A couple that were suggested by others and a few people liked were:

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
let your little angels spread their wings

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
the perfect guardian for your little angels

or do I go with something more to do with just childminding, i.e.:

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
for all your childcare needs in Shinfield

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
for all your childcare needs, from birth onwards

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
Your Local Childcare Solution

What do you think? Honest opinions please from both parents and childminders. Any other ideas welcome

malovitt Mon 22-Jun-09 15:26:59

I would avoid using the word 'solution', and the guardian/wing-spreading lines are awful.

'For all your childcare needs, from birth onwards' sounds professional and businesslike - the best by a long way.

looneytune Mon 22-Jun-09 15:37:16

Thanks for that opinion, much appreciated

Ok then......other peoples opinion on that one then:

Helen's Little Angels (Childminding Services)
For all your childcare needs, from birth onwards

What do you think?

Thanks

HeliumBee Mon 22-Jun-09 21:53:29

Yes - thats great - hate the solutions one!!! (Do you cater for ALL needs though - e.g. overnights/shift patterns/term time only etc?) otherwise would it be misleading - just a question not sure of the answer myself?!

looneytune Mon 22-Jun-09 22:11:56

Yes, I do overnight, term time only, holiday only, shifts etc.

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