You know you want to work for yourself. You have tired of having a boss. You want to be your own boss. You can start a business. If you’re stuck for an idea for a business though, the chasm between what you want to do and doing it can seem endless.
Instead of wracking your brain for a business idea, start with business name ideas using Namify’s business name generator. You can choose an industry from the drop-down list and type any word into the text box to generate business names.
Work backwards and let these business name ideas jumpstart your ideas for a new business. Although Namify developed the business name generator to help startups come up with a name for themselves, you can also use it to generate ideas for your business.
How It Works
You can read Namify’s list of 700 fresh business names for ideas or use the name generator if you at least know the industry and type of business you want.
Reading the Top 700 List
From the list of 700, Study Volt might strike a chord as a blog on taking charge of your study habits, while if you’re handy at woodworking, The Pet Mansion might spark an idea for custom-built pet homes. Dog houses and cat runs can create a lucrative income in the right area.
You might read the name Zen Craft and think of a crafting supplies business with kits for mandalas and other Hindu and Buddhist-related geometric shapes. The Spice Saga makes a great name for a restaurant, especially Thai or Korean.
Using the Business Name Generator
Perhaps you enjoy writing and want to start a blog. You lack an idea for the blog though. Choose the category “Business Intent,” then “Blog” from the drop-down list. You only need to type one word into the text box and click “Generate Names” to create an idea list of your own.
You don’t have to have a clear idea of what you want to do. All you need is one word, so you can just type in the name of whatever you see around you – couch, cat, pool table, swimming pool, etc. You’re just looking for ideas.
Typing in the word “fireplace” gets you a list of 2335 name ideas. “Fireplace Village” and “Fireplace Concept” both evoke an online store with a blog that educates the reader on fireplaces and lets them buy their favorite from the blog’s links. The idea list might jog an idea besides that of one related to fireplaces. For instance, “Saga Space” would make a great name for a blog about all things Star Wars.
Coming Up with Your Business Name
Sometimes, a business name spurs the idea. Once you have an idea, you can research how to get started with it. Namify’s site offers domain registration directly from its business name generator. When you find the right business name, you can take the first step by securing your domain. From there, you head to the US Small Business Administration website to learn the next steps in creating your new business.