I’m launching a communications & social media firm. I am struggling coming up with a decent name. I don’t want my last name in it, and everything else I come up with is either lame (according to my wife) or taken. We can make this into a contest. If you suggest a name, and I use it if you’re local I’ll take you out to lunch. If not I’ll send you a gift card to your favorite restaurant (don’t think lobster folks, I’m coming from the non-profit world).
Some information to help get you started.
Who do I plan to serve? Mainly non-profits – 501(c)3 (political or non-political) and 501(c)4 organizations, PACs, campaigns. I’m open to helping businesses as well, but I’ve been in the non-profit world for 20 years so that’s my niche.
What services do I intend on providing?
- Social media strategy and audit
- Social media and blogging training
- Writing and distributing press releases.
- Blog/Website set-up and content management.
- Search Engine Optimization
- Media relations
- Social media account set-up and management
Geographic focus? I live in Iowa, but I can work with clients anywhere provided they’re ok with contracting with somebody not local.
You can leave your idea in the comment below. When you comment please be sure to use a valid email address if you comment anonymously.
Update: These are names already given on Facebook so you already know what has already been submitted.
- LoriJo Schepers – Cyrus Communications – Brillliant king; used by God to provide everything His people needed. Bridging corporate brilliance with personal communication.
- Steve Wolvers: On The Spot Social Communication
- Sheila Darby Clark Bright: From The Hart Communications
- Scott Overpeck: Civitas Communications or Civitas New Media
- Bernie Lyle: Proclaim Media
- Jeremy Geerdes: Simply Social. Shane Communications (you could use the silhouette of the movie character Shane for a logo). Fairly Cool Communications. Warp 10 Telegraph
- Tom Richards: U Net
- Albert Bregar: Talk to Me
- David Kincaid: Razor’s Edge Media
- Sheila Darby Clark Bright: Hart-land Communications