Content Company Ideas

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Hi.

I plan on setting up a website for my content writing service. I am having a hard time picking a website name so if you guys could help I would really appreciate it. I added a poll with a list of names I am thinking about.

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author twister85
    Insane Quality content?

    what type of content you're going to target?
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    • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
      Originally Posted by twister85 View Post

      Insane Quality content?

      what type of content you're going to target?
      Thanks for the suggestion. The website will be used to advertise all my content writing services. eBook writing, article writing, press release writing, etc.

      *EDIT: It seems like I can't add more poll options but if you have a suggestion feel free to post it. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Writer Gateway
    I think Razor Sharp Content is the catchiest name from the list.
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    • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
      Originally Posted by Writer Gateway View Post

      I think Razor Sharp Content is the catchiest name from the list.
      I was thinking the same thing. I am stuck between Razor Sharp Content and Barbed Content

      Thanks again!

      I really want to get this website up and running but committing to a name is the most difficult part for me.
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      • Profile picture of the author Writer Gateway
        You're welcome. I wouldn't spend too much time debating it though; it's more important for you to get your site up and running. You could register two or three domains that you like and have them as backup names in case you want to switch the name later on.

        Originally Posted by timbonitus View Post

        I was thinking the same thing. I am stuck between Razor Sharp Content and Barbed Content

        Thanks again!

        I really want to get this website up and running but committing to a name is the most difficult part for me.
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        • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
          Originally Posted by Writer Gateway View Post

          You're welcome. I wouldn't spend too much time debating it though; it's more important for you to get your site up and running. You could register two or three domains that you like and have them as backup names in case you want to switch the name later on.
          Yeah, that is a good idea. I think I will pick Razor Sharp Content and see how things go from there.
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          • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
            I think that is a good decision as many of the other suggestions you had in your poll actually wouldn't fare well, I believe.

            For example, Jagged Content made me think of a bumpy flow rather than smooth easy reading and Freshly Baked made me think of the term "half baked" meaning not thoroughly thought out or something someone just made up as in "they just baked that up".

            Razor sharp makes me think of someone who is very intelligent, so again, I think you made a wise choice.

            Terra
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  • Profile picture of the author twister85
    Writing services right?

    1. Writeler
    2. Writeral
    3. Magical words
    4. Fazor quick content
    5. Inkbest
    6. milk good writing
    7. Fresh cooked content
    8. Hot writings
    9. service predator
    10. spectacular writings

    I know other warriors will have some great suggestions.
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  • Profile picture of the author archie79
    Sizzling Content is great, but what about Dazzling Content. Also, you could get a more results oriented title like Converting Content or Authority Content. I know that sounds boring, but it might sell better from the psychological aspect. Just a thought.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
    Dazzlingcontent.com is taken already.

    Personally I don't like to use adjectives like dazzling, incredible, amazing, etc. It is just not my style. But thanks for the suggestion!

    Someone else recommended "Wow Content" I think it sounds a bit cheesy, what do you guys think?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Stevens
    Bodacious Content
    Juicy Content
    Word of Mouth Content
    Jurassic Content
    Bonafide Content
    Uh Huh You Heard Content
    Smoke Signals Content
    Wire Tap Content
    Fire Side Chat Content
    ....lol
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  • Profile picture of the author BobTheBostonian
    How attached to your Penguin moniker are you?

    PalaveringPenguin.com
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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Razor Sharp is the best of your list. You don't want it to be too long.
    That title gets to the point!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Curtis
    Content? You are selling content?

    Are people looking for content?

    I have hired a number of writers for my sites, but I never once searched for "content."

    Even if people are searching for this term, it certainly has a lowest-common-denominator feel to it. Anyone looking for content is certainly just trying to fill space.

    First, I would make sure I knew what people were searching for when they wanted written material. Second, I would try to make it a bit more inspiring.
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    • Profile picture of the author TimothyTorrents
      Originally Posted by Dan Curtis View Post

      Content? You are selling content?

      Are people looking for content?

      I have hired a number of writers for my sites, but I never once searched for "content."

      Even if people are searching for this term, it certainly has a lowest-common-denominator feel to it. Anyone looking for content is certainly just trying to fill space.

      First, I would make sure I knew what people were searching for when they wanted written material. Second, I would try to make it a bit more inspiring.
      I noticed this as well. But, I figured I could target different keywords once I get the website up and running. The domain name does not have to be an exact match to a popular keyword phrase. At least, I don't think it does. As long as it is short and easy to remember I don't think it will be a problem. I did some keyword research for keywords related to "content" and almost all of the keywords are labeled as "high competition" on Google Adword's Keyword Tool.

      For a moment I was discouraged, because I don't think I will be able outrank the content companies which have been around for forever. But then I remembered that it is better not to depend entirely on Google for traffic. My plan is to drive traffic to the website from a variety of different sources and not focus all of my attention on page ranks.

      It looks like Razor Sharp Content is the best choice at the moment. I will buy the domain name later and start working on the website. But feel free to recommend other names.

      Thanks a lot guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author GforceSage
    Razor sharp content stands out from your list.

    Also, Cutting Edge Content or Content Cornucopia might work.

    Good Luck,
    GfS
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