"Clarity starts here" - draws me in and makes me want to read what's here.
I like the clarity. I tend to be wordy, so clarity is always on my event horizon!n Opps there I go again, gettng wordy.
Be understood--it's bold and crisp. Clarity is a vital part of being understood and can still be logically folded into your mission. Corporate wants to be understood but doesn't necessarily want to be "clear." You can help them see you need both.
If I'm clear with my writing, I will be understood...Clarity starts here
Clarity...so important and a great word of focus for your website. Clarity is, truly, the first step requirement for understanding to occur.
Clarity starts here because the other has an emotional overtone. I do not think that is the message you are hoping to convey. Good luck!
I'm working on a new website, too!
I think they're both right on but that's not what you asked. Obviously, you do too, or you wouldn't have asked. (There, that's an unneeded sentence.) Doesn't Clarity imply making yourself understood? And helping listeners be able to understand? We all know experts who wallow in jargon. I think it's a misguided, probably unconscious effort to appear superior.
Both are good. I prefer Be Understood, because in your posts you offer more than simply clarity... by exploring emotional, philosophical and artistic terrain. Clarity Starts Here sounds a bit corporate to me.
I like Clarity starts here because when I hear Be Understood I think of a theraputic model and that does not feel as comfortable in the corporate setting.
I like Be Understood for the concept but think it is a passive voice. I would make it Create Understanding if my market base is writers. Same with Clarity actually but at least the "starts" word indicates some movement/action even if not directly attached to the writer. Be, to me, somehow focuses on me and not my audience. Others may not see it that way.
I like 'Clarity starts here'. I think that can include the 'be understood' message. You really need to have clarity before you can be understood - and corporates are often the kings of waffle!