If you are looking for a truly great name for your new venture, you'll find it here. At Brandings.com we have the largest global inventory of company names that include the exact-match .com domain and designed logo.
The staff at Brandings has been involved in thousands of start-ups. We'll help your business succeed with a powerful name that stands well ahead of your competitors. Get started now ... just click on a category or group that works for you.
Three Easy Ways to Search for the Perfect Name
Your search for a great business name begins here. There are three easy ways to locate the right name for your new venture.
A. Search by CATEGORY. Find company names using the "SEARCH BY CATEGORY" list in the column to the left.
Tip: Most of the categories have a dropdown menu with subcategories.
Tip: Consider both industry (examples: education, finance) and attribute (examples: happy, luxury).
B. NAME Search. You can also find a company name that includes a keyword or partial word important in your business. Make your entry, then press "GO."
Tip: Keep it short. 3-5 letter words yield the best results -- words like "fund" and "auto."
Tip: You do not need to enter a complete word. You can enter a few key letters like "eco" or "vet."
C. List of all CATEGORIES & SUBCATEGORIES. For your convenience, we have provided links to all our categories and subcategories above. Just click on the category that best fits your business operation.
Tip: You can find a company name in your industry or marketplace, like "Biotech Industry Names" & "Financial Names."
Tip: You can also find names by attribute, like "Happy Sounding Names" & "Luxury Names."
More Search and Naming Tips
Tip: Avoid the Siren Call of .NET & .ORG. If you've found the perfect name but it's only available in second-tier domain extensions like dot-net and dot-org, resist the temptation to adopt the name for your new company. Starting a business without the exact-match dot-com domain name will send many of your prospects to the dot-com website, not to yours.
Tip: Don't Wait to Buy Your Domain Until After Your Launch. Don't listen to anyone who tells you that you can always acquire the exact match dot-com domain name after you've started your business. This is a costly mistake. If you can't secure the name you want with the matching dot-com extension at the beginning of your start-up, you should select another name. A name change at a later date is exponentially more complex (and much more expensive!)
Tip: Avoid Names With Unusual Spellings. Your website and internet presence need to be considered when naming your company. Difficult or oddly spelled names will increase the probability of a typo or misdirection when prospects look for your company online.
Tip: Your Brand is a Valuable Asset. The brand name that you select may well be the most valuable asset held by your business. Take the time to select a company name that is short, memorable, unique and also retain value in the years to come.
Tip: It Takes Both Science and Art to Create a Cool Name. A successful name choice for your company is a combination of both science and art. Understanding the rules of good name development, targeted testing (both quantitative and qualitative) and a keen eye into the creative side of naming hold promise for crafting a business name that will stand the test of time.
Tip: Stay Clear of Boring. It's important to select a company name that catches the eye of your audience leaving them with a feeling of WOW. Your name should be short, catchy and have a cool ring to it. Playing it safe with your name choice will unlikely compel your visitors to remember your company from others in your marketplace.
Tip: Consider a Tagline. The right tagline can help reinforce your selling proposition or corporate mission. Unlike your company name, you can change your company tagline as your company evolves and expands.
Tip: Keep a List of Company Names That Catch Your Eye. Every time you come across a name that catches your attention, write it down. Include names from any marketplace - not just your industry. Once you've compiled your list, look for themes and commonalities. You'll want a name that is as cool (or cooler!) than the names on your list.
Tip: Ask for Input, Not a Decision. It's a good idea to get input on your naming choice from your key internal and external stakeholders prior to selecting your company name. Take their comments into account -- but recognize that YOU are the final decision maker.
Tip: Start a Conversation. Your company name is more than just a series of letters, it's the beginning of a dialog with your audience. You'll want to select a name that triggers an emotional response and conveys the personality of your start-up that will serve as a foundation for an ongoing conversation.
Whatever your new business needs, we are here to help. Call Brandings Client Service Team today at 1-800-852-8900 (Toll Free USA) +1-310-246-5100 (Worldwide) or simply click here to contact our office via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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