Vote in the 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards Competition

Its time to  vote in the Taggies! For the past few months non profits have been nominating themselves for the awards, which have gone from strength to strength over the past few years, and now its time for you to vote. Seventy tagline finalists in 13 vertical sectors have been carefully culled from more than 2,700 taglines submitted by over 1,700 nonprofit organizations.

Vote today, just click on this link . Polling closes at midnight, Wednesday, October 6.

Voting is actually a great way for you to think about your own tag line and perhaps even get some inspiration. Nancy Schwartz, president of Nancy Schwartz & Compay,  says that “A strong tagline is vital. It’s the anchor for an organization’s brand and, next to its name, the marketing message most heard and repeated, but seven of ten organizations don’t have a tagline or rate theirs as working poorly.”

This year, for this 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.

Twitter users can follow the 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards via the hashtag #taggies.

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