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I Need A Fun Name For Weddings And Events
4/2/2013 at 3:48 PM ET
Hello my name is Alicia B. I am an upcoming wedding and events planner from Baltimore MD was is looking for a fun, unique but eyecatching name for my business. Its been a dream of mines to plan weddings and events since I was little girl. I am open to suggestions your input is greatly appreciated thanks everyone.
4/2/2013 at 4:37 PM
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4/2/2013 at 4:43 PM
try using "wedding planner" as your search phrase and see a hundred KHE post results.
4/2/2013 at 5:03 PM
Even more than a "fun name" you need a marketing plan for your business. How are people going to learn about you? What unique and important benefit do you offer your clients? What makes you different from, and better than, the dozens of other wedding and event planners in metro-Baltimore?
If this is a serious business undertaking of yours, you need to be sure you take all the right steps in planning the business, and follow the plan as you implement -- or change it for good reason when you need to.
There's a report you may want to check out called "The 3 Pitfalls That Kill Most New Businesses ... and How to Avoid Them." You can find it here:
4/2/2013 at 5:04 PM
hi there. Before I fall into bed I wanted to say that even with the toughest markets on the planet, there are still opportunities. Only you have to get clever, and clever means targeting people who really like what you do. Now given that you are unique means that you can do things that nobody else can. So using this specialness will attract customers who like that specialness. Your problem - and it is a very real one in our world of billboards and mass branding - is to find what makes you special.
Talk to your friends - or the parents of your friends and ask them for candid responses. They will give you a picture of someone you can't see in the mirror when putting on your makeup. More importantly it will be the picture that your customers see. More important still is that somewhere in all the stuff your friends, their parents and anyone else who knows you well have told you will be that special something.
It isn't something that is going to appear overnight, and you can refine it over the years.
Now you still need a name to get yourself started.
Rice and Spice. Alicia helps you through your wedding run-up panic
Something borrowed, something Alicia. For weddings without the panic
4/2/2013 at 9:40 PM
Wedded To Baltimore
Charmed Weddings (a play off of Baltimore's nickname of "Charm City")
4/4/2013 at 6:49 AM
If it's for weddings:
Love at First Sight
4/14/2013 at 8:07 AM
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