Please help name my product

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Hi Everyone,

Hope you are all enjoying the holidays.

I have acquired the exclusive rights to a physical product I am very passionate about.

It's a disk that protects your Mobile Phone (iPad, iPod, Computer) from radiation it emits.

I will be needing all kinds of website, marketing, sales, affiliate, design etc., advice, but
right now, I am asking for help in naming the product and the website url.

There are so many great minds on this forum and I would really appreciate some input
and direction to try and find something brandable and memorable.

Thanks,
Angela
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  • Profile picture of the author AnthonyCurtis
    Hey Angela, while I'm thinking on names, I wanted to make sure you know about Domain Search for finding brandable domain names. I use it all the time. You just give it a list of words, then it will spit out all the combinations that are still available. Very cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnthonyCurtis
    Clarifying question on your product...
    Does it protect the device from radiation, or the user?
    Your description sounds like it protects the device.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnthonyCurtis
    Off the top of my head...
    WaveBlocker
    SARblocker
    SARshield
    WaveRedirector
    SARredirector
    WaveFighter
    SARfighter

    Some Keywords to try on Bustaname...
    wave
    sar
    redirect
    redirection
    redirector
    shield
    zero
    blocker
    defense
    fighter

    Some competing products I found on Google...
    waveshield
    Cell Phone Radiation Protection. Protection products for cell phone radiation
    Zeropa | Reduce Cell Phone Radiation
    Cell Phone Radiation SAR Shield. Mobile phone radiation chart
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thanks DimeSaleDotNet, to answer your question, it protects the
    user by neutalising the radiation by 99.95% and heat by 80%.

    I've thought of a few names such as BeMobiSafe, MobiProtector,
    MobiDefence... but not sure...
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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      How does it neutralise the radiation from reaching the pineal gland?

      There's only one product I know which can achieve this.
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      • Profile picture of the author Shane Hon
        Hi Angela,

        I suppose the product already has a name from the manufacturer. If the product name itself has already been taken, why not place the product name in the begining of the domain name with another keyword after it?

        People who usually search for product names already know what they are looking for and are probably ready to buy after a bit more research on your website.

        Hope this helps
        Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author Eddie Titan
    Hey Angela,

    You might want to consider submitting a contest in the Members Contests and Challenges forum here. You will get much more suggestions that way.
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    What product would that be Mark?

    This product has undergone independent tests
    from world-renowned laboratories backing it up.
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    • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
      Originally Posted by jorycans View Post

      Name it from your heart. That is the best thing to do.
      Or you could come up with a strong brand name that you can see yourself standing behind 20 years from now...
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thank you Shane, I have been offered their manufacturing name,
    but am debating the best way to go with this.

    The pro side is that the test results are already in that name so
    I would not have to re-do them. But it crossed my mind that
    something unique to me would be great...

    Swings and roundabouts I guess :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author Shane Hon
      Originally Posted by noangel View Post

      Thank you Shane, I have been offered their manufacturing name,
      but am debating the best way to go with this.

      The pro side is that the test results are already in that name so
      I would not have to re-do them. But it crossed my mind that
      something unique to me would be great...

      Swings and roundabouts I guess :-)
      That's a good idea. Hmm... that definitely requires more brainstorming. However, when you come up with one, which preferrably will be soon, you'd definitely be remembered better from your branding name. This will add value as they people who ahve purchased from you will be recommending it to others as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    This uses Mineral and Scalar Technology... first in the world.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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      It's certainly not the first, I know this for a fact.

      Of course it would have to be scalar.

      Whatever else would it be? Could it be?

      That much was patently obvious.
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    It is the first to address both heat and radiation.

    Mark I don't understand where you are coming from...
    I asked for help with a name, not for a debate.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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      I was getting to the name part in a bit but it's a subject which interests me hence debating it first.

      1903 the first research was going into this, just to hmmm well... update you on a little fact.

      Mark grins.

      I'll pm you perhaps in a wee bit with a few suggestions.

      Cheers!
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      • Profile picture of the author Wilton White
        Hello Angel,

        How about "Mobile NORAD", or something similar but shorter?

        NORAD is the North American Aerospace Defense Command. The general impression one gets (thanks to the movies) from hearing "NORAD" is that of something related to "defense". The marketing idea would be to associate the name to the defense of the mobile user from a mobile device radiation threat.

        By the way, the "mobilenorad.com" domain name is currently available.

        Take care.

        Wilton
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        • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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          Originally Posted by Wilton White View Post

          Mobile NORAD..."mobilenorad.com" domain name is currently available.

          Take care.

          Wilton
          Sends out the wrong signal, no pun intended.

          Wrong frequency mate.

          Good suggestion but from an emotional appeal pov, uh huh.
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thanks so much Mark, I look forward to discussing this further with you.

    I believe your knowledge will be very helpful and I am sure you know,
    this technology can help a lot of people.

    PM me and I will give you my email address so we can chat further.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jtown
    1.The Ultimate App 2.Life Shield 3.Radiation Bouncer Just some quick Ideas that popped up Good Luck
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    How about "The Mobile Radiation Killer"...?
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  • Profile picture of the author princecapri
    How about these:

    BetaBlocker
    RadSafeguard (Radiation Safeguard)
    RaDefense (Radiation Defense)

    Do these help?
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    • Profile picture of the author Mark Andrews
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      Just sent you a beauty Angel and available on the .com

      Didn't want to post it here in case some wally snapped it up.

      Have a think about it, I think you'll agree with me that it's a perfect fit for this product. Short, dead easy to remember and ripe for branding.

      Best,


      Mark Andrews
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    • Profile picture of the author mindgames
      Try to stay away from anything that can sound like an anti-virus or weight loss supplement. Lots of the ideas thrown around here kinda have that ring to it.

      --Mindgames

      P.S. - No offense intended. Good ideas tossed around. Keep em coming and I'm sure she will draw great inspiration.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wilton White
    Hello Mark,

    I see your point about my suggestion not sending out the best signal. Emotional impact was what I was going for, since it's been said that people buy with their emotions and then try to use logic to rationalize their decisions.

    It sounds like I could learn a thing or two from your copywriting skills.

    Take care.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eddie Titan
    Originally Posted by Mark Andrews View Post

    Just sent you a beauty Angel and available on the .com

    Didn't want to post it here in case some wally snapped it up.

    Have a think about it, I think you'll agree with me that it's a perfect fit for this product. Short, dead easy to remember and ripe for branding.

    Best,


    Mark Andrews
    Angela, if you decide to register it, post the domain here afterwards. I want to see Mark's creativity at work

    Mark, after seeing your post here, I bookmarked your profile and looked at your service. I look forward to getting in touch with you, sometime early, in the new year for some copywriting work.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
    It's too bad "ray bans" is taken :-) I suppose you'll have to avoid names that sound like sunglasses too. Something like "cell safe" gets the idea across, but I'm not sure I like that suggestion myself. "cell swell" is too... cutesy? The foil foiler is too... out there. (implying no need to wear an aluminum foil helmet for protection) But it's fun. LOL
    I hope you have better luck from someone else's ideas. Good Luck!

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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thanks Guys,

    Your suggestions have all been great.

    I have a domain name already, which is a bit off the wall,
    but quite brandable I think... not sure if it's right though,
    would love your feedback...

    MobileMunky

    I know it's a serious subject, but I thought it would be
    great to funk it up a bit and appeal to the kids as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Eddie Titan
      Originally Posted by noangel View Post


      MobileMunky

      I know it's a serious subject, but I thought it would be
      great to funk it up a bit and appeal to the kids as well.
      Great to see you found something.

      I am not a fan of using a real word + fake word for a brand name. But that doesn't mean it won't work or it won't stick with people.
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thanks Eddie,

    I haven't decided yet and you make a very interesting point
    which I will definitely consider.

    There are certainly many examples of non-words that are
    so well-known they are everyday words now, but I certainly
    don't put myself in that category and I do actually prefer to
    keep things simple and not have to spell the word once it is
    said.

    I was just leaning towards something funky and brandable.

    Would you consider the word "mobi" a fake word, or would you
    say it is pretty universally accepted now?
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    • Profile picture of the author Eddie Titan
      Originally Posted by noangel View Post

      Would you consider the word "mobi" a fake word, or would you
      say it is pretty universally accepted now?
      Well, the word MOBI is an abbreviation. Yes, I would consider it a universally accepted term.

      The name, Mobile Munky is good. It can actually work well in your favor. Although the term Munky is not universally accepted, people that come across the name will be able to understand that Mobile Munky is a spin off of Mobile Monkey. And because people will need to use their brains to process this information, it might actual stick. That as far as I know is good for branding. However, I can not see much more done in terms of branding with a name like that. It would be better if you can come up with something just as funky with more meaning relative to the product you are going to be presenting under the brand name. Of course, finding a name like this is 10x harder and the brand name is not everything. If you product is good, with a memorable name, it will sell regardless.
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    what about the name : Disc-cover , or discover .... ??
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  • Profile picture of the author noangel
    Thanks guys. I think the product name should also have
    an exact match domain name, which makes it even harder.
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