Building A Brand

Discussion in 'Advertising Offline/Online & Canvassing' started by derek, Dec 30, 2012.

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  1. derek

    derek Well-Known Member
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    Bit of advice, been thinking about my company name and whether to change it as I move into other sectors such as office cleaning .

    What would you's all do? my companys called high reach window cleaning ?

    :)
     
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  2. Dodger

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    Probably a good move, HR Cleaning maybe?
     
  3. derek

    derek Well-Known Member
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    I think so too dodge! duno about HR though, I'm wanting something catchy :) planning on doing it just in time to get my new invoices and letter heads etc printed for the new year :D
     
  4. Gmeister

    Gmeister Grand Master
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    Me too pal, my old names (for 6 months) was called squeegee window clean, could only realistic do window cleaning, at the time I never thought about all other stuff.

    I like dodgers idea of HR Cleaning sounds perfect
     
  5. Squeak and Bubbles

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    How about High and Low Cleaning Services?!
     
  6. derek

    derek Well-Known Member
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    hmmmm
     
  7. Squeak and Bubbles

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    I was going to set another website up called "drips on drips of window cleaners", great name, but can't be bothered

    Names that are catchy are good, that's the response I get from my business name. People remember catchy names, along with a good service of course!
     
  8. Richard

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    I don’t doing like stuff like this, when I made Tecbuk brushes I had to think about a new name. The only thing I knew that I wanted was a single word name, messed around with a pen & paper for a bit and came up with ‘Tecbuk’ that’s just an anagram of ‘Bucket’.

    I don’t think the name is important, what is important is the product or service you provide the name will be linked to this, that’s why I wanted just a single word. The best window cleaning brushes, the best quality, the best value for money, summed up in a single word and easy to remember.

    Good luck with anyway and I look forwards to seeing what you decide

    Richard
     
  9. Iain

    Iain Guru
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    Keep it short and sweet. Shorter names are more easily remembered.
     
  10. CNS-southwest

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    Keep it clean n simple :p
     
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