Company Name - Get money!
lordsauronthegreat at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 04:01:17 UTC 2007
On 2/21/07, Gert Gast <gert.gast at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Benjamin,
> Hmm..do you want a good name that you like or do you want a name that is
> successful with your customers?
> Good names don´t fly from heaven, they are crafted by specialists. This is a
> branding issue, and with that a branding job. You can waste 10 pounds on a
> fancy name, or invest in a proper marketing strategy where the name is only
> one good result of many.But that would cost a bit more ...
Good names fly from heaven for me. I don't know what you're talking about.
For an internet cafe, however, the name doesn't need to be beyond
fantastic. So long as it doesn't incorperate pink bunnies in the
logo, you should be fine.
Stop worrying about your name. Something like "Ed's Netfarm" should
do fine and focus more on your service.
Do you pay much attention to the names of the morons you buy stuff
from? I don't.
> Think about it!
> Cheers, Gert
> On 2/22/07, Benjamin McLaughlin < benjaminbunnyrabbit at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > This is going in the Kubuntu mailing list because it will be my target OS
> > for the company I plan to set up.
> > I am opening an internet cafe in the summer. It will have a small cafe
> > section, 10 pcs connected to the internet running kubuntu via a server
> > running LTSP.
> > I will also be offering basic computer maintanence and have a games
> > section where people can come in and play wii/ps3/360.
> > My company needs a name. I've thought and thought but nothing sounds good
> > enough.
> > If you can come up with a name then I will paypal you £10 GBP.
> > Easy money if you can think of a good name for me. Roll on the
> > Thanks,
> > Ben
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