My slogan is:
Creating fans for brands
This slogan only needs to appear with the logo on my business card. But I will use a slogan-less logo on my website and email signature.
If you can, please create two versions, one with the slogan, one without.
My slogan should tell you about my theme - which is about making brands popular and loved by people. I like the idea of customers really 'connecting' with the brands that I market or advertise.
Imagine how you would respond to a product which has loads of personality. Its advertising is so charming that you start to warm to it. Their print ads and website don't have the usual 'corporate speak'. Actually, the brand sounds like a real person, someone you want to be friends with. The advertising is just cool, and the brand just rocks. Hell, you might even by their t-shirt.
In my world, products are celebrities; girls ask them to sign their boobs, paparazzi chase after them, and they even get fan mail.
I'm first and foremost a creative ad guy, brainstorming advertising campaigns, which are entertaining and crowd-pleasing.
As my title says, I am a copywriter. Of course, being a copywriter is important to me and is one of my core skills – but it's secondary in terms of the services I offer.
I work in various media platforms and I don't specialise in one type. But I do enjoy creating advertising for digital media, the web, social media, print and radio.
I'm in the process of designing my website. It's neat, clean, minimalist and elegant. But will have a creative edge to it too. The logo needs to compliment this.
Please see the Wordpress theme I'm using in my website by going to:
Ad agency creative directors, looking to hire a freelancer like me.
Brand managers looking for help with marketing their online businesses.
In the references I've included a photo called "creative portrait white", which is very similar to the image I'll be using as my profile photo.
The logo for Jaimie Lynch – I like the glitz and sparkle of the J and L. Although don't like the gold crown and the colours are a bit too feminine for me. Perhaps this is an idea for using the A and G from Advertising Greg.
There's one in there, which I quickly drew where the 'G' is shared between the two words – the end 'G' of Advertising and the first 'G' of Greg. I just thought that maybe the two g's looked silly next to each other, so I just deleted one. Use it, don't use it. Up to you.
I definitely would like a logo that's modern, simple, elegant but fun. I'm a creative advertising guy so I would like a creative logo. But please keep it intelligent – definitely nothing cartoonish or childlike.
Thanks and good luck.