The right business name can make or break your company. Here are 19 proven and essential insights on how to name your company.





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Written by lyceum
258 days ago

Ross: I must say that I like your "spring" symbol in your logotype in the past. It was "jumping out"! ;)

I have been struggling sometimes with the challenges of making descriptive and unique (memorable) at the same time. I like my original Twitter handle, Lyceum, and also the new one, LyceumPeripatos, after I handed the old name over to Zach. D. of Lyceum.fm. My "last" site, TeaParty.Media is descriptive with a twist. It could get the readers / visitors / listeners on their edge, asking about the origin of the name, and I got recognized as the tea enthusiast and social media evangelist and contrarian, at the same time.

I have come across a tool what could be of interest for you in the future, if you want to build a positive community in your field.

Best Premises,

Martin



Written by lyceum
262 days ago

Ross: How did you come up with the name, CrowdSpring?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by RossKimbarovsky
259 days ago

Hey Martin,

It took us easily over 50 hours. LOTS of brainstorming and frustrating conversations. Naming is really hard. We wanted to find something that connects the crowd to success and ultimately, came up with the concept of "springing" from the crowd, which turned into crowdspring. We didn't want a descriptive name (like Logo Designers or Graphic Designers) because we wanted to have the flexibility to pursue a variety of creative fields.

How has your experience been naming your various business and projects?



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