Enter at your own peril: You may have to use your mind. The best opening I could come up with was a subtle visual pun: "Where creativity thrives, there is no limit" with the picture of the sky in the background. Though, it has grown on me and the beautiful sunset backdrop tends to hold my attention. Perhaps too much, as I sometimes sit on my website's homepage, and ignore the prompt to enter. Is it better for it to be shorter? Maybe it needs a rhyme or an alliteration. It's interesting to think of all the ways companies market themselves and then I wonder does a creative writer need to employ those same principles? Do I need a logo? A theme song/jingle? Multiple social media sites? How about regularly scheduled updates? Perhaps I should begin by following others, and worry less about creating now. Since I'm no marketing genius, I shall stick with writing for now, and hopefully figure out the rest later.