Crowdsourcing · Crowdsway

Help coming up with a slogan for Crowdsway. Chance of winning.

Mohamed Alborno Director / Producer @ The New Country Film Project

February 28th, 2013

I really need your help,

I need help coming up with a slogan or a tagline. 

Crowdsway helps small and medium businesses / startups create explainer videos regardless of their budgets or deadlines, it's crowdsourcing. It's like the marriage of 99designs and elance for videos. One client video got 11600 views and a mention on TechCrunch.

Suggestions are:

1. It's like 99designs for videos.

2. We create awesome explainer videos... period.

3. Because, everyone has a story to show. We’ll help you show it.

4. Because everyone has a story to tell. We'll help you tell it.

5. Helping you tell your inspiring story through a video.

6. Crowdsourced videos for every budget.

7. Because everyone deserves telling their story.

8. Creating inspiring videos through aspiring filmmakers. 

9. Something else?

First 5 to vote for the tag line that gets the most votes get 100 grams of your favorite legal edible thing :D (chocolate, sandwich, etc...), if we can meet in San Francisco, Seattle or Vancouver, BC.

If you come up with an awesome tagline you will get dinner or $25 itunes gift card.

Bonus: lots of love and appreciation.

Looking forward to your votes and support.



Mohamed Alborno, CEO who can do a 2 meters high kick (Orange Belt Jiu Jitsu + working on becoming a Ninja who can fly/disappear)

Crowdsway, Inc

Creating inspiring videos through aspiring filmmakers. 


Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Scott McIntyre MD@COventures.US;;; Chair@Phabriq Development

February 28th, 2013

Mohamed, i think your model is excellent, and I look forward to seeing where you go with it. I very much appreciate your initiative in creating this discussion, which also perfectly illustrates one of the finest uses of crowdsourcing. So, cheers! 

As relates to your query, I think many of yours are strong, , particularly #6. Crowdsourced videos for every budget.  I also like Ray's #6 above, as did Cynthia, because it makes a good point, but it doesn't address video, which is your business. So, ultimately it's too vague, unless your business name included the word video in it, for instance.

So, I think you have an asset in your business name that you didn't mention on the website--"Sway": ie, 'to move', or 'to convince'. As in "you've swayed my opinion"

Crowd is a given. So, combined with the word video, you're already saying pretty much all you need. What do you do? How's this:

"Crowdsway does video. Sway YOUR Crowd"

Just a thought. Explains what you do and presents a call to action. You know what they say about anything free though, you get what you pay for! Ha. But, I think your intuition is pretty solid already. Look forward to hearing how this goes for you. 

Raymond Colletti

February 28th, 2013

This is certainly not my forte, but I do love a brainstorm!

1) Get Understood

2) Story Tellers Unite

3) Translate Your Dreams

4) Like You Shouted From The Mountaintop

5) Your Video, Your Price (based on the crowdsource/ 'every budget' aspect)

6) Inspiration, Translated

7) Take Your Dream Out Of Your Head

Cynthia Hernandez Founder at KirinGie.Me (Social Entrepreneur)

February 28th, 2013

The simpler the better. Once you get too wordy, there is less of a chance that people will remember.

I like #6 above from Raymond's list. Or add this to the list:

8) Your Video. Your Story. Your Future.

Cynthia Wylie Creator Bloomers! Island

February 28th, 2013

We will sway you.


February 28th, 2013

Before we can create a great tagline, we need to understand what your brand stands for. Why do you exist? How are you different from...  Are you cool, utilitarian, techie, geeky, down and dirty, or just another crowdsourcing platform?  Ever notice that they don't have strong personalities?  I can't remember one versus the other. I used one in 2011, but for the life of me I can't remember which.

Many advisors (VC's) will say that branding at this stage is unimportant.  Would Steve Jobs say that?  I don't think so. 

Will your brand change, evolve, morph. You bet.  My advice is to be a strong SOMETHING. Generic suggestions will give you no bang for your buck.

So for instance, what words you use will make a difference:
  • Film
  • Vid
  • Video
  • Video Clip
  • Vid Clip
  • Viral Video


  • inexpensive
  • cost effective
  • cheap
  • low cost
  • economical
  • value
  • Hi-Value Low-Cost

Each decision you make will make a difference.  The worst communications happen when terms get mismatched. I see this kind of thing all the time from emerging companies. For instance:

  • Cheap Film
  • Economical Film
  • Value Film

The terms don't match....

I'll step down from my soapbox now. ;-)

Mohamed Alborno Director / Producer @ The New Country Film Project

March 3rd, 2013

Awesome people, thank you so much for your amazing feedback, I will share with you what I used, if anyone of you is going to the Launch Festival I will bring you chocolates. If not, then it will be an excuse to meet :)
Thanks again. Let me know if I can help. 

Phyllip Hall Founder at Greenbrook Property Development, LLC

March 4th, 2013

I thought that I sent this a few days about via email, but it didn't go through...

how about, "nothing explains your idea better than video" or something similar that channels your prospect's decision criteria to prioritize video over all other messaging methods. 

other ideas that remind the prospect that they're missing out without video...

"got video yet?"

"you must have's 2013"

great idea...I'm interested in becoming a client...good luck!!