How to Pick a Winning Business Name - If you see...
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If you see three or four words getting somewhat similar preference, make a list of top three, and field test them again, using the above steps. This should hopefully give you a winner, is you still find somewhat similar preference, you can do two things, start from scratch (I wouldn't) or go with your heart and pick the one you think is the best.
Remember: Name is the first step of the Game, and while choosing one you don't want to be lame.
About the author: Ashish Monga is a Business Student at the University of Central England in Birmingham, UK. He also runs http://www.business-students.com , a website specially dedicated for Business Students and anyone who is interested in gaining knowledge or sharing their business ideas. He can be reached at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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