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The business name generator provides instant suggestions in three simple steps:
- 1. Think of a word that best describes your brand
- 2. Enter it into the name generator field
- 3. Click on the “Generate names” button
Voilà! You now have 100 possibilities to select from or use as inspiration.
The business name generator is free for everyone to use and you can run as many searches as you please. The business name generator is here to inspire you, offering creative, catchy and memorable names that you can use for your business. Make sure you let others know about the free business name generator offered by Shopify.
Catchy business names are original, fresh, and memorable. As you brainstorm a name for your brand, consider employing these methods to inject a little fun into it:
- - Alliterate
- - Use acronyms
- - Rhyme
- - Turn it into a pun
- - Abbreviate
- - Use symbolism
- - Personify your product
A good business name should not be too specific. This is to avoid getting pigeonholed to a category and limiting yourself when expanding to adjacent products or sectors in the future.
It should be easy to pronounce. You don’t want customers fumbling over your store name, or having trouble finding your domain name in search.
Most importantly, make sure it is still available. However catchy your business name may be, it’s a no-go if it’s already been registered and trademarked.
Your business name should encapsulate your brand identity. Here are five things to keep in mind when naming your startup.
- 1. Does it describe what you do?
- 2. Will people understand what your product is about?
- 3. Is it rooted in a value your brand stands for?
- 4. Is it catchy and memorable?
- 5. Does it infringe on another brand’s name?
Cute business names can trigger powerful emotions. But it may not be appropriate for all types of businesses.
For instance, it’s unlikely that a store selling hardware or office supplies will want to identify themselves as “cute.”
Businesses related to crafts, fashion, babies, toys, and pets, on the other hand, may be able to boost their brand image with cute names.
Here are some examples of real brands (and their products) that have adopted cute business names:
- - Disney (entertainment)
- - Huggies (diapers)
- - Ollie (dog food)
- - Kidly (baby clothes)
- - Crunchie (chocolate bar)
- - Sweethearts (candy)
- - iCandy (baby stroller)
- - Hamleys (children’s toys)
When coming up with cute business names, try the following:
- - Ending a word with -y (eg. doggy vs dog)
- - Spelling it with -ie instead of -y (eg. Bobbie vs Bobby)
- - Using objects or adjectives typically associated with being cute (eg. heart, sweet, love, precious, etc.)