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Name For A Online Gift Store
Posted by Anonymous on
12/7/2005 at 2:00 PM ET
I am in desperate need of a name for a Online store that I am trying to create. My store will concentrate on selling items ranging from Necklaces to Stuff Animals (its basically items that I find that are cute or trendy). In a way, these items can be considered gifts.
- My main target audience will be women ages 18-35.
- It does not need to have an actual meaning, just has to be catchy.
- I would like the name to have 3 words at most, But two would be best
- My future goal is to be able to imprint this name on items, so I would prefer the name not to sound cheesy.
- Name must have a Domain Name available (I've been using
to check for names.)
I personally have been trying to find names that depict "giving gifts from the heart" or names that indicate that these are simple gifts that mean something. If you have an idea on a slogan, that would be great too.
I really appreciate any suggestions, I have been holding off the launch of this store for to long. All I really need is a name now.
12/7/2005 at 2:08 PM
12/7/2005 at 8:08 PM
The following are available as dot coms ...
The Neatest Stuff (can you beleive 'theneateststuff.com' is available? well, it is)
Groovy Particle Shop (groovyparticle.com)
So Hip It Hurts (so-hip-it-hurts.com)
That should get you started ...
12/8/2005 at 1:09 AM
cuteandtrendy.com is available ....
12/9/2005 at 9:17 AM
12/19/2005 at 8:23 AM
I am closing this question since there has been no activity in over a week. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
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