I am planning the 1st Annual Ladies Bus Shopping Trip. The bus will be going to three local community’s and promoting all independently owned local businesses on the tour. I need a catchy name for the tour.
Jay’s Answer: The (Independent) Swinging Ladies Adventure: Shop & Lunch & Have Fun
I am trying to create a monthly newsletter for college students to offer valuable information. I need to make sure they see the title and want to open the email to read the whole newsletter. I would prefer not to use “newsletter” in the title.
- What’s Next?
- Get Real (Life)
- The Jump
I am looking for some fun creative ideas for the eNewsletter that will be going out to about 50 employees in an allergy practice. We treat families, all ages. Our biggest competitor utilizes a nose in all of the marketing. So my idea of The Nosey News won’t go over that well.
- Nothing To Sneeze At
Hello. I desire to start a health company business but am struggling to find a name for it. Well,i need a great names for a drinking bottles company, also some products names – creative way people drink water,tea or other liquid and stay hydrated. Company offers a range of innovative drink bottles that are both healthy (eco friendly) and fashionable(luxury). So great hydration solutions and different bottles that will tell their story.
Target public: young fit people and professionals, enthusiastic and inspire to discover different healthy liquid recipes and demonstrate/show their beauty, spiritual wealth and mythical success to others.
I will support some charity partners with a small percentage of sales going toward bringing clean water to the world’s poorest communities or similar.
- Bling Bottles
- High Dration
- Goddess Bottles (if targeting affluent women)
- Divine Bottles
Hi, I am looking into starting up my own business. I live in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. I am a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, providing acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional and lifestyle advice, cupping therapy etc. I am also a Remedial Massage Therapist.
With treatments, my aim is to balance the person, with my interest in treating the emotional causes, such as stress and anxiety, as well as nutritional deficiencies (working on the digestion). The idea is to use what I know to give the person the best quality of life that I can.
My main clientele are 40-60yoa, however I treat all ages from babies to the elderly.
I don’t want to limit my name to TCM/acupuncture or massage as I may go on to study osteopathy in the future, or if not, my long term goal is to have a multidisciplinary clinic.
- Synergistic Healing (Clinic)
- Synergistic Health (Clinic)
- Holism (Clinic)
Hello I am in the midst of writing a screenplay about a lady who is obsessed with a Radio personality. I have played with a few names for the title but I am really looking for something unique, nothing like” Obsessed, The Perfect girlfriend or anything like that. The stalkers name is Jade, which has already been used a million times. Can you please help me come up with a creative title and tagline for it.
- (It’s) In The Air
- Station Crazy
- Hello, Goodbye DJ
I’m going to be starting a computer repair service. However, I’m not sure how to write articles to generate leads for an audience. How can I find appropriate materials (what kind of news would legitimize my business, that my customers will be looking for) and still market to a local customer base.
Jay’s Answer: Don’t passively write articles and hope that will generate leads for you. You need to pick up the phone and/or walk up to local office front desks. By the time someone needs you, they need to contact someone they trust – not simply a name that’s anonymous. Join a local business networking group. Offer a free or discounted network security check-up. Offer to help repair a local non-profit’s or church’s computers for free or low-cost to generate some PR. Build up a 5-star Yelp following. Are you a certified repair person? If so, make sure you prospects know that you can be trusted. What can you offer your prospects that others can’t/won’t? Weekend repairs? After-hours repairs? Guaranteed repairs? Free equipment swaps to ensure no downtime?
Legend Boats is a aluminum boat and pontoon manufacturer in Canada and we are opening our 3rd brand run store in Montreal and we are looking for a creative concept or alternative to a ribbon cutting ceremony. The ceremony will be mid July and at 8-9am.
Our brand’s mission is to create memories and we focus on family content. We sell fishing boats and pontoons that can be used for fishing, waterskiing, or cruising.
We acquired the location this year, it previously was a boat dealership and has one of the largest showrooms in the regions.
Jay’s Answer: An inflatable pool, with a ribbon across the width, and a remote controlled boat cutting through the ribbon!
I currently sell crocheted kids items, mainly fun character hats. My store name is Stitchy Little Witch. While that is cute, sure, it doesn’t really portray the “kiddy” feel I want it to, even with “little” in the title. Plus the “witch” part confuses people into thinking it’s a Halloween shop. So after a lot of consideration, I have decided to change it.
I have been dubbed the nickname Stitchy because of my shop, so I would highly consider adding “Stitchy’s” at the beginning of my name. That way my old customers would still know it’s me too. I don’t want a name that literally says crochet, hooks, yarn, etc. In my new marketing plan, I am not going to be marketing “crochet”, rather I am going to be marketing “kids hats” and other accessories. Reason being… most people don’t search for crochet. They just want a cool hat, right? :)
Jay’s Answer: If your clientele know you as Stitchy, then it’s tempting to continue to use a version of that name. However, the problem with Stitchy is it may convey that you’re offering kids classes (like “Stitchy Kids” or “Stitchy 4 Kids”). A compromise may be to use a name like “Handmade By Stitchy” (and your frog could be named “Stitchy”). But these aren’t ideal solutions, because it doesn’t convey the cute/kiddy name that would appeal to adults.
I’m holding a benefit for my mother in the next few months but am having trouble coming up with a catchy name! Her name is Monica to most.. (known as “Snitz” or “Sis” to some family) She was diagnosed with lung cancer March and a year later brain cancer in April. The benefit is still in the planning stage but we are thinking of having a band, bowling, face painting, billiards, corn hole (bags), basket raffles, 50/50 raffles, etc. Also, any leftover funds raised after medical costs and care are paid are going to be donated to the American Cancer Society. Not sure if that helps with figuring out a name or not, but figured I’d throw it in there. Thanks in advance for any help!
Jay’s Answer: A couple of names to play with: “Lovin’ Monica” or “Helpin’ Monica”…