Naming Your IT Company
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The Killer Panda Development Team has turned the conventional naming and branding process upside down by creating a huge online catalog of premium names perfect for an IT company. Each IT name we create has been screened, tested, and ready for immediate use in the technology field.
Killer Panda has been studying successful IT company names for years now and our researchers have identified some key factors that you should consider when you selecting a name for your IT Company.
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Characteristics to a Great IT Company Name
When we develop IT company names we always consider that IT companies need to be considered on the cutting edge and ahead of technology. This name also needs to foster an emotional connection within your potential customer, within your target market. They need to feel that your company or product will solve their problems.
Our developers have taken strides to keep these IT Company names shore. In general the best tech names are short, having fewer than eleven characters. The more letters in a name the more opportunity there is for someone to misspell or mistype your name into a browser.
The Killer Panda developers have stayed away from funky spellings. An unusual spelling in a company name may sound cute at first, but could really mix up potential customers. While we like cool IT names and clever names, we stay away from names that try to be too cool or too clever.
Many IT developers don’t consider that they may be expanding in the future. If you’re considering expanding, it’s important not to have a limiting company name. A name should be expandable to allow for product extensions and industry changes. Some names keep the option open for significant expansion, while others may be highly specialized and targeted.
With rare exception, a cool IT business name should not contain numbers or hyphens. There are very, very few exceptions to this rule. Hyphens, numbers and other non-alphabetic symbols will just confuse people; they’re also really hard to communicate. You have to imagine that people will be telling others about your company, would they be able to tell people where the hyphen goes?
A key aspect to an IT company name is that it has to be free of trademark infringement issues or you cannot secure the dot-com domain name. One of the biggest challenges of naming architecture agencies is creating a great name only to find it in use somewhere around the world.
You can take advantage of the free trademark search function the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) database at USPTO Search. It is super easy and best part… it’s free.
The dot-com extension remains firmly the suffix of choice for tech businesses desiring established credentials. To see if the name is available, just type it into your menu bar. You can also check out the history of any domain name through the free whois.net or domaintools.com search function.
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At Killer Panda we create names for companies that what to be at the head of the pack. Companies that aren’t afraid to take a chance. Companies that want to really stand apart from others in the marketplace. So don’t delay. Search for your company name now.
If you need help naming your IT company, give the Killer Panda Help Team a call. We’ve helped hundreds of tech firms — let us help you too. Call us at 1-888-757-8555 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org