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Old October 8th, 2011, 12:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question I need help with coming up with a "computer programming" company name. Any Ideas?

Basically I'm creating a company based online that will basically aim in creating things such as phone application, computer software etc (Basically programming, computer design and things like that). I've been having this issue for quite a while, I need a name for my company, I've had some ideas but to be honest there aren't very good. I'm looking for name ideas and I would like it to contain things like:

- Using play on words
- One word names

Also here's some names I like but have been taken already, maybe you could use these as well:

- Pulse
- Crescent

The names don't have to contain any of these but I would like them to. (I can be quite picky though)

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Names are not as important as you think, depending on your business objectives.

Are you a consulting company? Word of mouth and referrals are what you want -- super-happy clients = business.

If you are making consumer apps then the app name is important branding, but not the company name.

So my advice: choose something professional, not too silly, and that you like of course But dont wear yourself down trying to figure out the perfect name.

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You are going to find that the most common words are going to be taken or registered for future use.
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