Picking a tagline for your brand is tricky. You want it to mean something for your company. It needs to memorable, so 7 or less words works best. It should also relate to your company/brand in a significant way that tells others about what your company is all about.

Below, in no particular order, I have listed 49 of the best brand taglines and the company brand it is associated with.

49 Best Brand Taglines

  1. Coke – Open happiness.
  2. Disney – The happiest place on earth.
  3. Avis – We try harder.
  4. Nike – Just do it.
  5. Capital One – What’s in your wallet?
  6. US Postal Service – We deliver.
  7. Kentucky Fried Chicken – Finger Lickin’ Good.
  8. California Milk Processor Board – Got Milk?
  9. Gatorade – Is it in you?
  10. L’oreal – Because I’m worth it.
  11. Staples – That was easy.
  12. McDonald’s – I’m lovin’ it.
  13. Sony – Make believe.
  14. Burger King – Have it your way.
  15. Volkswagen – Think small.
  16. MasterCard – There are some things money can’t buy, for everything else there’s MasterCard.
  17. Bounty – The quicker picker-upper.
  18. Federal Express – When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight.
  19. Yellow Pages – Let your fingers do the walking.
  20. American Express – Don’t leave home without it.
  21. Apple – Think Different.
  22. AT&T – Reach out and touch someone.
  23. Telus – The future is friendly.
  24. BMW – The Ultimate Driving Machine
  25. Campbell’s Soup – M’m! M’m! Good!
  26. Charmin – Please don’t squeeze the Charmin.
  27. Citibank – The Citi never sleeps.
  28. Clairol – Does she or doesn’t she?
  29. Wendy’s – Where’s the beef?
  30. Wheaties – The Breakfast of champions
  31. WINN Radio, New York – You give us 22 minutes, we’ll give you the world.
  32. Hallmark – When you care enough to send the very best
  33. John Deere – Nothing runs like a Deere
  34. IBM – I think, therefore IBM.
  35. Rice Krispies – Snap! Crackle! Pop!
  36. Lay’s – Betcha can’t eat just one.
  37. Coke – Open Happiness
  38. Kit-Kat – Have a break. Have a Kit-Kat.
  39. Maxwell House – Good to the last drop.
  40. Morton Salt – When it rains, it pours!
  41. M&Ms – The milk chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hand.
  42. New York – I love New York.
  43. Meow Mix – Tastes so good cats ask for it by name.
  44. 7 Up – The Uncola.
  45. DeBeers – A Diamond is Forever.
  46. Molson Canadian – I am Canadian
  47. Verizon Mobile – Can you hear me now?
  48. Timex – It takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
  49. Yahoo! – Do you…Yahoo!?
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