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15:43 Jan 31, 2009
French to English translations [PRO] Advertising / Public Relations / Description of new advertising campaign
French term or phrase:tag
La campagne Pantène se décline en deux films distincts et deux tags.
Is there such a word as 'tag' in English in this context?
Thank you Catherine. As the text I am translating is an explanation by the director of how he intends to film the ad, I couldn't quite see how a 'tag' came into it. Presumably he is also going to film a 'still' of the product, which would incorporate a slogan, the whole thing being referred to as a tag. Do you agree?
A tag or tag line is like a slogan - something they want the brand to be known by (an easy saying which sums it up). Like a USP (unique selling point). It qualifies the product or puts the emphasis on the benefit to the customer ("Every little helps", "You're/I'm worth it", "... tastes like chocolate never tasted before ..." etc)
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Explanation: The French text is borrowing the English word.
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