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A Really Catchy/cute Name For A Girls Boutique?!
Posted by Anonymous on
3/5/2010 at 3:10 AM ET
I am going to open a few web sites and sell hair bows, bow holders, and a few other girly things.. BUT every name me and my husband come up with are taken and we want something very cathy, cute, and original.. So PLEASE help me come up with something!!
3/5/2010 at 8:19 AM
On, please, not ANOTHER request for a "catchy" name!
Everyone wants to be "catchy" these days. They're apparently not interested in "effective"...in a name that's most likely to work for them.
"Catchy" doesn't sell diddly!
And you're not going to be another Amazon, or an Ebay, or a Monster. A name that includes what you sell is going to be the most effective. And, frankly the more direct and simple that name is, the better it's gonna work for you! Some that fit that description include...
As for opening "a few websites," that doesn't make much sense either. Why would you want to compete with yourself? Why would you want to waste the time, money and effort to do that? One online business should be more than enough...if you name it and do it right.
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