Pinterest Slogans….

I have hired myself to help Pinterest in the upcoming year develop their brand awareness and help create some slogans that will help with their marketing.  Here is what I have come up with so far. Let me know what you think.

“Pinterest: Because Facebook hasn’t made us feel inadequate enough.”

“Pinterest: That thing you do with the hour you’re not on Facebook, Twitter, or texting.”

“Pinterest: Because we all know that Pinboards are the best way to organize our thoughts.”

“Pinterest: Because we all know that the most important thing to our kids is the crafts we haven’t yet done”

“Pinterest: Like Martha Stewart without the smugness.”

“Pinterest: like craft plagiarism.”

“Pinterest: Helping you believe that at all times someone is making something way cooler then you are.”

“Pinterest: The coolest thing since sliced bread, or at least organic sliced bread that you bake yourself, perfectly set on the table, and then hire a photographer to come take pictures of, that sliced bread.”

“Pinterest: Making sure your bucket list is never full.”

“Pinterest: Doing for women’s self-esteem in the area of crafts and cooking what fashion magazines had already destroyed in the area of outward appearance.”

“Pinterest: The legal non-creepy way to follow people and watch everything they are doing.”

“Pinterest: Helping everyone take some credit in the achievements of others.”

“Pinterest: Helping us all discover that home is not where the heart is, Home is the place that looks most like Pottery Barn.”

“Pinterest: Thanks for the business. Sincerely, Hobby Lobby.”

“Pinterest: Reminding us all that aesthetic beauty is way more important then internal beauty.”

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About Todd Van Dyke

Father, Husband, Son, and most of all lover of Christ.
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3 Responses to Pinterest Slogans….

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