with Numerologist Hans Decoz

The Business Name Advisor reading, personal use version.

The Name Advisor for Business and the Name Advisor for People have directly opposite purposes.

The analyzer for people analyzes the effect a name has on the specific individual.

The Business Name Advisor is concerned with the effect a name has on others - the way it is perceived by the people who view or hear your business name or product.

Use the Business Name Advisor to help you chose the best name for a product, business, band, store, or other venture.

Enter as many names as you like - price is per name.

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Approximately 2 pages per name
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Have you ever noticed how a name often perfectly reflects the personality of the individual? Can you imagine the actor John Wayne as Eugene Wayne or Marion Morrison (which was his given name)? Just as actors choose a stage name to convey a certain persona, advertisers spend countless hours inventing and testing names to appeal to the desired demographic. When a corporation prepares to launch a new product, they hire teams of copywriters, PR experts, even psychologists to find a name that inspires confidence, excitement, or feelings of security.

The Name Advisor analyzes the influence a name has on the human psyche. It is less concerned with the actual qualities hidden in the name than it is with the way the name is perceived when others hear it. The Name Advisor suggests the impression the word leaves when we hear or see it. Use it to help you chose the best name for a product, business, or other venture.


The Name Advisor uses 3 to 4 topics.

The Overview is as important, if not more important, as the other sections when considering a name. However, don't focus only on getting the highest rating of stars. Use your own analytical powers. Think about the two or three different vibrations. Do they feel suitable for the name or object? For example, If you are starting your own accounting firm, you should look for a name that reflects dependability, trustworthiness, stability, even if that name is also described as boring and rigid. On the other hand, if you are looking for a name for a store selling camping gear and scuba diving lessons, you want a name that conveys a dynamic, risk-taking, freedom-loving nature.

When you look at the results of names you entered, keep in mind that there is no such thing as a perfect name. Every name, number, or combination of both, will have some negative as well as some positive attributes.


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