How To Create Catchy Business Names
Catchy business names can lure in the most sustainable competitive advantage known to business — brand name value.
If you were to study this approach here and this list of 21 catchy name examples below — quite possibly you might find yourself creating a business name perfect for your intentions.
The 3 Components Of Catchy Business Names:
1.) Satisfying words can trigger pleasing interest for a name crafted as a curious hook or loaded hint.
True-to-life words can sweeten, reframe, or multiply the PERCEIVED value of a name using sensory language.
2.) Paradigm breaking taglines or catchy slogans must also
be used — to translate the stand alone personality
of your business story in a nutshell.
Storyline tags can skyrocket your brand name value
and make unobvious names catchy:
Original brand story, promise tags:
3.) Your engaging logo likeably anchors in emotional rapport — to charm the trust and confidence required to draw our curiosity further inside.
Mastering Catchy Words:
21 Examples of Catchy Names For Business
As you can see from these 21 examples below, like many a popular movie or book title, these names do not state plainly the subject matter or type of business they're involved in, yet their business ideas often catch on fast...Why?
The lure of a catchy business name can instantly elevate our imagination and trust by establishing rapport.
HOOK: Witty business names crafted as a subtle, amusing hint are more alluring — because catchy names must also be VAGUE — so as not to ALIENATE the imagination of their curious audience as easily.
Using an amusing hint flint
as your name - or to title art such as movies is a branding and literary device. Hint is a word coined by Shakespeare.
Fish can't see the HOOK of a well crafted lure.
Here's the catch... A well crafted business name is one that immediately elicits viewers' interest.
It should intrigue us — regardless of how much we may actually know about the business.
What's Your Brand's HOOK?: "If the fish sees the hook it won't bite, and if a customer sees a hook they won't buy." ~Jeremy Miller, Brand Strategist And President Of StickyBranding.com