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A few months ago we got a call from entrepreneur Veeno Suchdeve of West Babylon, New York. He was opening a self-serve frozen yogurt store at the mall and wanted a more provocative name than Spoon Me, which is quite possibly the best name ever created by Eat My Words. Veeno asked us to create […]








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Choosing a Company Name: 5 Things You Need to Know

AOL Small Business recently tapped Alexandra as the featured brand name expert in an article for small business owners. Regardless of the size of your business, if you’re naming a company, be sure to read these helpful naming tips. “Choosing a Company Name: 5 Things You Need to Know.” By Julia L. Rogers What’s in […]








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Announcing the worst brand name of 2010…

Putting the “wow” in bad spelling and impossible pronunciation, is Shwowp, Eat My Words’ Head Scratcher of the Year Winner for the worst brand name of 2010. It was a heated competition with other contenders including Retardex Toothpaste (need we say more), Morongo Casino (where ‘morons go’ to gamble?), and iSwipe (say it out loud). […]








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Literally Eating My Words at Spoon Me

In town for Spoon Me founder Ryan Combe’s wedding over the weekend (see next post), thanks to the GPS in my rental car, I managed to hit two Spoon Me locations (and eat Spoon Me at the wedding) in less than 8 hours. Spoon Me is the name that Eat My Words is the most […]








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Two Mo' Eye Sore Head Scratchers

A newspaper in South Santa Clara, California has created a web design company called ISOARS. Ouch. What’s really a shame is they actually have some nice looking web design and a playful personality. But their name is an eye sore and no one wants to have a site that makes their eyes hurt. I mean […]








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Alexandra Fashions Naming Advice

We love Project Runway, so when Alexandra was asked to share her naming style to the fashion trade, she stitched together a stunning ready-to-wear tailored collection…. How To Create Brand Names That Stick Posted by Guest Author on Nov 5, 2008 at 4:06 pm Today’s guest entry is written by Alexandra Watkins, CIO of Eat […]








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Entreprenuer's StartUps magazine asks "Does your business moniker have people smiling or scratching their heads?"

Alexandra is quoted in the Fall 2008 issue of Entrepreneur’s StartUps magazine, which was inspired by our proven name evaluation method, the Eat My Words SMILE & SCRATCH Test. Here is the article in its entirety: All in the Name Does your business moniker have people smiling or scratching their heads? By Kevin Manahan Entrepreneur’s […]








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