Infographic: What Does it Take to Name a Company? A Service and an Animal
by Jason Unger, Founder
If you’ve ever started (or thought about starting) a company, coming up with a name is always a pretty big deal.
How do you explain what you do? Is your name memorable enough for your customers to remember? Should you name it after yourself?
The Wall Street Journal recently focused on some of the ridiculous names that technology companies have been adopting, mostly thanks to the lack of good URLs available (read the article here).
But we figured out the real way to name your company. It’s so simple that everyone who isn’t making up words (or naming the company after themselves) is doing it.
Take a peek (and feel free to share and embed this using the links at the bottom).
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About Jason Unger
Jason Unger is the Founder of Digital Ink. He built his first website on Geocities, and hasn't looked back since. Digital Ink tells stories for forward-thinking businesses, mission-driven organizations, and marketing and technology agencies in need of a creative and digital partner.