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Have you ever wondered what your name would be if it were more sophisticated?
Well, I’ll tell you – it will probably be something like “Earl of Shrewsbury” or “Lady Lavinia”. But don’t worry, that doesn’t mean your life is doomed! In this blog post, we’re going to explore 7 things the media hasn’t told you about having a sophisticated name.
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Your name will be a little bit longer than your old one, but that’s because you’re so clever! Now instead of “Linda Smith” with some other boring family name like “Jones”, people can talk about how great it is that Linda was able to follow her dreams and become Lady Lavinia Jones. Besides – who wants a shortened last name anyway? If they moved their whole life out of the country just so their child could have an Americanized first name, then I say good for them! Don’t worry if you think things are going too far though: we’ll explore #sophisticationbias later on in this post.
Generally, people do not think about their name until they have a child.
It’s at that point where many of us start to research our family names and learn more about the meaning, origin, spelling variations, etc. Of course we want something nice for our children! However – when it comes time to purchase property or set up your business with a formal company structure (e.g., LLC) you may be surprised by the limitations on what is available in terms of naming rights and ownership structures. If you’re considering purchasing land from anywhere other than an individual then there are specific rules as far as who can own the parcel of lands based on how much was paid for it: “The deed shall give absolute entitlement to so much of the property as may have been paid for, and no more.” This means that if you purchase land from a company or corporation then your name will not be able to be included in the deed.
There are many legal considerations when it comes time to naming a business entity so make sure you consult with an attorney before making any decisions about how to set up your new venture! It’s essential that all of these items get taken care of ahead of time:
The type of entity (i.e., LLC)
What is going on with the ownership structure? (Can anyone else own shares?)
Can my child’s last name coexist as well? Will I need additional paperwork? It can be quite a process to go through the steps of legally naming your business entity, but it’s well worth the investment. Once you establish a name for your company and have all of the paperwork in order, you’ll be ready to start doing business as usual!
And don’t forget that there are many benefits when it comes time to selecting an excellent moniker (i.e., “McDonalds” is more memorable than “John Doe Company”). Here are some other items to consider:
Does my last name sound too similar? Will people confuse us with our competitors? Is this title going after any trademarks or copyrights already established by another individual or corporation? A good attorney can help guide you through these steps, and ensure that you’re making the right decision for your business.
The benefits of having a professional name are worth it! Contact Expert Naming to get started today.
ExpertNaming is an Austin company specializing in naming services since 1990. We’ve helped over 500 businesses with their names including: The North Face, Reebok, Touchstone Pictures, Tamale House East, IKEA Systems (formerly Metromedia), Skil Corporation..and many more! Call us today at 512-479-2346 or visit our website . Let’s talk about how we can help you find the perfect name for your new business venture. You deserve expert advice from one of America’s best naming companies!
Call Expert Naming Today at 512-479-2346. Visit our website to learn more about how we can help you find the perfect name for your new business venture. You deserve expert advice from one of America’s best naming compan i es . We offer a free consultation, so call today and put your mind at ease that you’ll have an excellent company name when it matters most: launching day! And don’t forget–we’re here Monday through Friday from nine am until six pm (excluding holidays). Here are some popular names we’ve helped businesses across the country with: The North Face®, Reebok®, Touchstone Pictures®, Tamale House East®..and many more!
So, what are you waiting for? Call today and discover the perfect name for your new company.
Reasons to be wary of these names:
they may have been used in other industries or by another company already;
this can lead to costly trademark infringement lawsuits when it’s too late to change the name. The cost of a lawsuit is never small–legal fees alone could range from $20,00-$100,00+. Don’t let someone else hold your business hostage with their unwanted products or services because you were afraid of investing more time into naming your company well before launch day. Our experts get paid whether we find a good one or not so there’s no risk on our end whatsoever.;” ”
they may not have the right amount of syllables; this could lead to confusion for customers when trying to find your business. If they can’t easily pronounce it, how will people ever know where you are?
They may be too generic or bland–you want a name that’s unique so yours stands out from all the rest! Imagine if there were only one person named “John” and five other guys with boring names like Bill, Greg, Mike and John Jr.; try as he might but poor John would never get any attention because his name wouldn’t stand out.” ” They may be too close to a competitor’s name or trademark–you don’t want an unfortunate and costly lawsuit on your hands later.;” ”
You may not have the right inventor of naming who is versed in all facets of this art form. This could lead to mistakes like using words that sound similar, which can make it difficult for customers to find you.”
;Most people understand why they should hire someone professional with experience when designing their logo but many go without hiring experts for their company names—and paying dearly as a result! When you’re thinking about launching your new business, do yourself (and your potential customers) a favor and stop putting it off until after launch day.” ”
Start by writing the next sentence or paragraphs of the content. – You may not have the right inventor of naming who is versed in all facets of this art form, which can lead to mistakes like using words that sound similar and make it difficult for customers to find your business.” ” – Most people understand why they should hire someone professional with experience when designing their logo but many go without hiring experts for their company names—and paying dearly as a result! When you’re thinking about launching your new business, do yourself (and your potential customers) a favor by stopping putting it off until after launch day.” “If you want an effective name that will set you apart from other businesses, talk to one of our team members today!” ”