This name advisor differs from the Name Analyzer for People in crucial ways.
When you choose a name for business, the top priority is not the thing being named, but the effect it has on the people hearing that name. This is diametrically opposite the purpose when chosing a name for a person, when the focus is on finding a name that suits the person, while how it affects others is secondary.
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 for business 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.
We analyze a name using three sets of letters: the vowels, consonants, and all the letters combined (the main impression). A name is not unlike a musical score. The consonants carry the piece, the vowels deliver the high notes, and together they create a sound that delivers a feeling, an impression, an atmosphere. As it is with music, a certain name may work well in one setting, but not in another.
The first text below describes the main impression people feel after viewing or hearing the name in question. This is followed by the lesser impact of the consonants and vowels. If the main influence of your name has the potential to be overly aggressive, for example, the vowels or consonants might lend a gentle, cooperative energy that can mitigate its combative nature. Conversely, just the opposite might be true.
When you read your report, make sure the description is suitable for the product or business you are naming. For example, if you are starting an accounting firm, look for a name that reflects dependability, trustworthiness, and stability, even if that name is also labeled as boring and rigid. If you are opening a sports or camping store, look for a name described as bold, dynamic, risk-taking, and freedom-loving.
Notice that each report concludes with a list of businesses or careers particularly suitable for that name. This gives you a general idea of how well the name will fit for a similar product. If the name fits a sports business, it will also be favorable for a fitness product.
Every description includes qualities that are not ideal, but if you know your market you should be able to find a name that presents your endeavor in the best possible light. I wish you great success.
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With the 3 as the driving force behind TOMBALL, it promotes optimism, inspiration, and enthusiasm. This influence feels cheerful, outgoing, and charming; it conveys self-expression and skillful communication. The upbeat energy of TOMBALL promotes creativity and empowers all artistic endeavors. The name TOMBALL attracts just about everyone. It carries great public relations and communication skills, and an innate ability to charm the most cynical.
The vowels in TOMBALL add a sense of gravity to the name’s main impression. They reflect knowledge, study, research, wisdom, intellectual depth, and inner/spiritual pursuit. They reject all things shallow and superficial. This influence conveys a sense of revelation and looking beneath the surface. They reflect a sense of carefully formed opinions and methodical judgment and, above all, an aspiration toward perfection.
Some will sense the influence as impersonal and aloof. Others will feel hope - a ray of light in a world of ignorance. The vowels in this name appeal to thinkers and dreamers more than realists and doers.
The consonants in TOMBALL are extroverted, dynamic, stimulating and charismatic. They add a sense of freedom and adventure to the main impression. They convey the feeling that “anything is possible” and suggest a willingness to take risks and get off the beaten path. The name reflects intelligence, tolerance, and an appetite for the unconventional. They attract people who are uncomfortable with the status quo. The consonants in TOMBALL carry a high-pitched, nervous energy that can be inventive when focused and controlled. Fame and fortune often result from this kind of dynamism, but only when backed by discipline and effort -- not the strong suit of this group of consonants.
The name TOMBALL may give the impression that it lacks focus and discipline, some may see it as flighty and unstable
BELOW IS A LIST of businesses considered suitable for this name. The list is not definitive; it simply links the positive qualities reflected in the impression the name conveys to businesses that might benefit from those characteristics. It is not comprehensive, so if your business isn’t listed, allow the descriptions to guide you. If you are trying to name a business or a product, focus on the descriptions rather than the list of careers/businesses.
Writing/Poetry, Media/Communication, Counseling/Therapy, Music/Dance/Acting, Advertising, Retail, Education, Travel, Environment/Recycling, Visual Arts/Photography, Art/Antiques, Public Relations/Marketing, Architecture, Mechanical/Automotive.