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I want to initiate a discussion whee i can get some salogans to represent a seminar on SAP. it is an educational seminar and we need to advertise, to serve advertising, i need salogan to attract students.

I hope i can get nice ideas from this educational coffee corner 😊

waiting for responses.

Nadia Siddiqui

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    Jan 02, 2015 at 06:52 PM


    To follow up on Stephen's suggestion about door prizes: one technique I have used to increase attendance at presentations is to advertise that there will be an opportunity to win 25,000 US dollars during the presentation. Before the session, I head to the nearest lottery sales office and buy three lottery tickets, which are rewards for the first three people to answer questions correctly during the session. Works every time!

    Best of luck!


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      LOL, none who ever complained that they failed to win the money, but definitely people who have attended my sessions for years now, even without the inducements!


  • Jan 01, 2015 at 10:11 AM

    Glad to help! First you need to tell us what a SALOGAN is.



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  • Jan 02, 2015 at 05:58 PM

    Hi Nadia,

    Welcome to the coffee corner where conversations sometimes incorporate a bit of humor, teasing, mocking and at times even some "playful" tormenting, badgering, harassing.

    I'm guessing that English isn't your first language so let me explain that a slogan (not salogan) is probably what you are looking for.

    Slogans, advertising and marketing are a little bit of a "hot button" in this community (just so you know). A hot button is a topic that causes people to respond in emotional ways which could include, but are not limited to: humor, wit, sarcasm, impatience, anger...or frustration.

    When we think of marketing something, even educational contents, we probably should be starting from where the audience is.

    Yes, of course it is important to be clear about what is it you want your audience to know- but perhaps even more importantly it should be:

    How is this important to them?

    I don't know the exact nature of your teaching topic or what or who it is you are trying to attract to your course, but thinking from the perspective of the learner is generally a good start place.

    And if it is humor or catchiness you are looking for...again, these things work best in the context of the audience needs, not just your goals.

    Example: 10 Best Ways To Trigger a Uselessful Conversation in The Coffee Corner.

    Best of luck in your seminar.....

    Let me know if I can be of further assistance.

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  • Jan 02, 2015 at 08:46 AM


    you can find in Google though!

    Well, here are some example πŸ˜€

    Learning Today . . . Leading Tomorrow.

    Learning Today For A Better Tomorrow.

    Pride In Excellence.

    Quest For Excellence.

    Success, Nothing Less.

    Study, learn, repeat.

    Your Door To The Future



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  • Jan 02, 2015 at 06:31 PM

    Weird my brain immediately went to thinking this was in the wrong forum and post was about needing help with the SAP GUI. I guess I thought it was SAPLOGON mispelled.

    That being said I heard that you can attract people to SAP related events with door prizes or free frozen custard. Screaming Monkeys, Angry Birds or Ted Drewes all work perfectly for any SAP related event. That being said I heard if you say you have "punch and pie" it should help with attendance πŸ˜‰. Just make sure you actually have some or half the crowd will leave.

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