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December 17, 2007


George Kittredge

How about a law that prohibits a company from using the word "solutions" in their name (and also their tag line).

The original Accidental Pren-her

Agreed, the word "solutions" is certainly an overused word. It's too broad, not very descriptive, and, if not thoughtfully used, too vague.

My tag line is: Intuitive Small Business Solutions. The word "solutions" was carefully chosen to balance out the word "Intuitive." It was meant to appeal to both the right and left brain hemispheres of the brain. Perhaps, this is a time when using the word "solutions" might be considered.

Thank you, George, for stopping by and leaving us a thought provoking comment.

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