Back by popular demand, Content Marketing Specialist Nash Pervin takes us through another 5 awesome On-site Remarketing taglines!
On-site remarketing is a means of customer engagement, not disturbance. And we believe that whole-heartedly! Customer experience should be about creating interactions that are meaningful. And that’s why after our last blog post about the 5 On-Site Remarketing Taglines We Love, we are back to showcase 5 more inspirational taglines in On-Site Remarketing that we just can’t get enough of!
1 “Don’t let ’em get away!” – Brown Shoes
Whether it’s fishing, rock climbing, surfing or skydiving, Browns Shoes love to go against the grain and showcase their heels in a wild way![/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
So what better messaging for their on-site taglines then to play off these edgy creatives and encourage their customers not to miss out!
2 “Get in the loop!” – Cardpool
Lets be honest, we all love the feeling of being included. Throw in some subtle ‘looping’ animation and this makes for one phenomenal on-site tagline that both intrigues visitors and encourages them to leave that all important email address![/one_half_last]
3 “Rock it. Own it.” – Forzieri
This is pure inspiration. Nothing screams ‘be yourself’ more than rocking your own style! With a tagline that encourages individuality and embracing your personality, this pretty much does the job in moving customers to complete their purchase.[/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
4 “Not ready to start your adventure?” – Tours4Fun
Ready… set… oh, not ready to go yet? [/one_half_last]
We love this tagline because it suggests that they’re willing to pause and put the adventure on hold for their customers, waiting until they’re ready to proceed. And isn’t that what it’s all about… helping our customers?
5 “Don’t walk away just yet!” – Swimsuitsforall
We’re loving this clever tagline because it brilliantly complements the brand and on-site creative! [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
All the while acting as a gentle reminder, urging customers not to leave without that perfect purchase.