Lean Domain Search is a website that generates hundreds of domain name candidates that combine your keyword with hundreds of others from their database.
Here’s another way Google has, perhaps inadvertently, provided a source of relevant name candidates.
Back in the day, those of us who advocated unique corporate names decried the “e” prefix. It quickly became passe with the bursting of the 1990’s Internet bubble. But those intrepid entrepreneurs today have this new trend: adding the “ly” suffix to common words. Yes, the naming lemmings have invented lemminglys. They’ve turned nouns and […]
When you begin the naming process it can be helpful to break the process into four distinct components. Those four phases in sequential order are: preparation, generation, evaluation and registration. Each is distinct, calling for different mindsets. Preparation Preparation is best performed by creating a naming brief. That is a document normally derived from your […]
There are hundreds of examples of names that were screened and approved, only to find after investing in branding the name that to contain objectionable translations or obscure meanings that are derogatory. Here’s a possible solution.
Good business names come from long lists, hard work and inspiration. And those in the naming business have learned two basic things about the creative process of naming.
Business naming can often settle into a rut. You’ve exhausted your normal resources and nothing’s sparked. Time to try, as Monty Python used to say, “Something completely different”.
Naming a business after the owners is commonplace, particularly for service providers. There are two main reasons people name their company’s after themselves…
There are several letter combinations that are unusual for word beginnings. Unusual, but not so foreign that folks don’t know how to spell and pronounce the words in which those combinations normally appear. I call them bi-letters
Quite often an organization will want to change its name. There are several valid reasons for changing your company’s name. But if you do, abandon the old name completely.