What's My Name? NameFind Helps Brands Find Out - Page 2
“When we assessed the existing approach that entrepreneurs take to naming their business, we consistently heard that it was time consuming and labor intensive,” said NameMedia CTO Mark Haseltine. “In developing NameFind, our goal was to streamline this process and allow users to quickly assess the availability and strength of brand names, freeing them to get on with building their business.”
"The NameFind platform anticipates both legal and marketing considerations," stated NameMedia's press release, "showing a matrix of options: domain names (including unregistered, aftermarket and premium variations), available social media handles on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks, and U.S. trademark registrations." Think no good names are available anymore? NameMedia CEO Kelly Conlin thinks otherwise.
"While there is a common perception that ‘all the good names are taken’ this tool makes it clear that there are literally millions of compelling domains and social media handles that are still available to register or to buy on the secondary market." said Conlin.
I performed a basic search for the terms "Wonder Bunny", just to see the results. Here's a screenshot:
Clicking on the plus sign by any site name will add it to the left, where you can then share your choices with your network for feedback.
Waltham, Massachusetts-based NameMedia isn't new to the generation of desirable company names, having served up domain-related information over 50 million times to customers in more than 100 countries.
The number of startups continues to grow at break-neck pace, from on-fire tech startups staffed by mega-geeks to mom and pops building right out of their basement. NameFind understands this, and uses a proprietary search technique to discover options that are designed to meet a variety of budgetary needs.
Thinking about jumping into the startup foray, or simply want to uncover a desirable brand for your ground-breaking site or blog? Why not give NameFind a try today?