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Gushing Testimonials from our Happy Clients

Here are some recent testimonials from clients who loved working with Alexandra and the talented team at Eat My Words. For more glowing recommendations, visit our Reviews page. “Alexandra is truly innovative and distinctive in the business she has built. Recently, a naming exercise came into play at IHG. Because I had experienced good work […]



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Tasty Tidbits from the past week…

Sometimes we find juicy news not worthy of a full blog post, yet too darn good to not share with you. These “Tasty Tidbits” are digestible bites of news about new names and the naming industry and what we think of them here at Eat My Words. Bon Appetit! Oracle announced its first hardware product […]



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Doctor slang is a dying art.

Is doctor slang on the wane? From the BBC The inventive language created by doctors the world over to insult their patients – or each other – is in danger of becoming extinct. So says a doctor who has spent four years charting more than 200 colourful examples. Medicine is a profession already overflowing with […]



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Report from the Winner's Circle: Make Mine a Million $ Business

As reported on Friday from the finals in Albuquerque, I am now an official Winner of the Make Mine a Million $ Business Program sponsored by American Express. I could not have done this without the dozens of clients and friends who gave me their support, help and a big boost of confidence as I […]



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Alexandra Watkins Wins Make Mine a Million Contest!

We previously announced that our own Alexandra Watkins was a finalist for The Make Mine a Program from Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence.We can NOW announce that as of a few minutes ago, she was picked as a winner! While none of us here at Eat My Words ever had any doubt, we […]



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Spoon Me a healthy, green yogurt shop

Spoon Me franchise owner Carolee Millet, left, and Spoon Me founder and CEO Ryan Combe inside the new Sandy location. The interior is eco-friendly and the yogurt had no artificial ingredients. Spoon Me a healthy, green yogurt shopBy Lesley MitchellThe Salt Lake Tribune09/16/2008 SANDY, UTAH – You won’t find the typical vanilla, chocolate or strawberry […]



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Tasty Tidbits from the past week…

Sometimes we find juicy news not worthy of a full blog post, yet too darn good to not share with you. These “Tasty Tidbits” are digestible bites of news about new names and the naming industry and what we think of them here at Eat My Words. Bon Appetit! Nordstrom’s is advertising BCBGMAXAZRIA, which we […]



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New Dish from Eat My Words

Lots of excitement going on at Eat My Words besides Alexandra being selected as a finalist in the Make Mine a Million Dollar Business program. (See next post.) Our wildly colorful office is being featured in a new book called Boutique Offices. Our upstairs has a fresh new look – no more Client Crash Pad. […]



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San Francisco's Eat My Words Makes Million Dollar Business Finals

Founder Competes for Financing, Mentoring, and Other Prizes to Help Catapult Her Businesses’ Revenue to a Million Dollars SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Sep 09, 2008 — Business growth program, Make Mine A Million $ Business(TM), selected Alexandra Watkins of Nationally Acclaimed Naming Firm, Eat My Words, as one of twenty finalists to compete for an awards […]



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Frigid, Mixin' Vixens Stuff a Sock In It

If you guessed that Frigid, Mixin’ Vixens, and Stuff a Sock In It are all cool brand names created by Eat My Words, congratulations! Bonus points if you figured out that Frigid is the name of a gourmet ice cream store, Mixin’ Vixens is an all-women bartender service, and Stuff a Sock In It is […]



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10 domain naming tips that will save you time and Tums

The biggest misconception we dispel here at Eat My Words on a daily basis is a client’s belief that they need to own the exact dot com of their business name. Not true. Even if you are a pure online business. (When you are shopping online and, for example, Google “lemongrass candle,” do you really […]



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TechCrunch – hopefully the products are waaaay better than the names

TechCrunch50 says this about itself. They have a “simple goal: find the best start-ups and launch them in front of our industry’s most influential VCs, corporations, fellow entrepreneurs and press. For companies who raise a gazillion dollars in venture funding, you would think they could fork over some money on a name. But, noooooooooooo. These […]



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Who wants to be a millionaire? Alexandra selected as a finalist in Make Mine a Million $ Business Program sponsored by American Express

Out of 400+ women entrepreneurs who went through an arduous application process, I was chosen as one of 20 finalists for The Make Mine a Million $ Business Program from Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence. Their goal is to inspire one million women entrepreneurs to scale their businesses to annual revenues of $1MM […]



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Tasty Tidbits from the past week…

Sometimes we find juicy news not worthy of a full blog post, yet too darn good to not share with you. These “Tasty Tidbits” are digestible bites of news about new names and the naming industry and what we think of them here at Eat My Words. Bon Appetit! Bengal Star Receiver Ditches Old Name […]



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Beautifull Disaster

Beautifull! is the name of a new ” upscale takeout and delivery food for busy, health-conscious professionals.” We think this name is awfull. Really. What does adding an extra “l” get you besides confusion? We get it, you get “full” eating this beautifull food. However, we know anyone who hears the name and tries to […]



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Have Your Cake and Invest It Too

Our 2007 “Client of the Year,” Cake, is the subject of a gushing write up in today’s TechCrunch. It also introduces us to the latest Cake name extension Cakedex. If you get a chance, also stop by and take a nibble at The Slice, Cake’s weekly video market wrap-up. It’s kind of like a smarter, […]



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