To help inspire you the next time you launch a blog – or any type of web publication – I pulled together what I think are some of the more creative, clever and effective taglines from around the blogosphere: 1. PR 2.0: The future of communication starts here 11.

How To Change The World: A practical blog for impractical people 2. Conversation Agent: Connecting ideas and people – how talk can change our lives 4. Copy Blogger: Copywriting tips for online marketing success 12. Broadcasting Brain: Harvesting cognitive surplus for uncanny content 14. Lifehacker: Tips and downloads for getting things done 16. Smashing Magazine: We smash you with the information that will make your life easier.

Sugarrae: Never mess with a woman who can pull rank 5. PR Squared: It may be the future but you still gotta eat 7. Think Simple Now: Creativity, Clarity, Happiness 17.

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Bacon Today: Daily updates on the world of sweet, sweet bacon 19. Techno Theory: Technical…Practical…Theoretically Interesting 21.

) is a short text which serves to clarify a thought for, or is designed with a form of, dramatic effect.

Many tagline slogans are reiterated phrases associated with an individual, social group, or product. In the Netherlands and Italy, they are pay offs or pay-offs.

Taglines are perhaps the most underrated and underused elements of personal and business blogs, yet they serve a huge function.

The social web has conditioned us to move through content-based sites quickly, and if we reach a site with an unclear thesis we’re likely to click to the next thing.

You also can’t count on visitors to read your “about” page. Freakonomics: The hidden side of everything (also a book, but a great tagline none-the-less) 35. Online Marketer Blog: If Copyblogger and Jaffe Juice had a bad-ass baby 37.In a world that increasingly moves at 140 characters or less, having a hook such as a clever tagline can make all the difference. The Impulsive Buy: Putting the “ew” in product reviews 32. Auto Blog: We obsessively cover the auto industry 38. Twi Tip: Twitter tips in 140 characters or more 40. Taglines are your brand’s elevator pitch and help people get a quick snapshot of who you are. Duct Tape Marketing: Simple, effective and affordable small business marketing 41. It’s your opportunity to be descriptive, catchy, memorable and create a unique brand for your blog. Get Rich Slowly: Personal finance that makes cents 29. Apartment Therapy: Saving the world, one room at a time 42. Illuminated Mind: The less boring side of personal development 44. They also present a great opportunity for keyword inclusion, but not at the sacrifice of stickiness. Personal Branding Blog: Navigating YOU to future success 30. Ideally you can combine something catchy and SEO friendly. Steve Pavlina: Personal development for smart people 26.