Vote now for the winners of the 2010 Taggies — the 3rd Annual Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards.
Seventy tagline finalists have been carefully culled from the more than 2,700 taglines entries from 1,700 nonprofit organizations in 13 vertical sectors from health to civic benefit.
This year, for the first time, voters will select program, fundraising and special event tagline award winners, in addition to the strongest organizational taglines. The addition of these three new tagline types gives more organizations a chance to showcase their best efforts to engage their target audiences.
1,200 of your peers have already voted in the last week! Now it’s your turn to select the best!
Voting will sharpen your understanding of what works and what doesn’t messaging wise, and inform and inspire your organization’s communications.
Here’s what one early voter says: “What I learned most via voting is what makes the difference between effective and ineffective language,” says Susan Hanson, senior lecturer in English, Texas State University. “The process strongly reinforced my thinking on the value of simplicity and conciseness in nonprofit messaging.”
Vote now! Polls close at midnight Wed., October 6.
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