Picking the Right Name For Your Blog

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People remember you with your name. No one remembers you because of your tall height or brown eyes. It could be an add-on to recall your personality but not the basic thing of recalling anything about you. It shows the importance of your name.


If your name is easy to pronounce and easy to remember the chances of yours getting popular multiply. Else people have to put stress on their mind to recall your name or to control their lips movement to correctly pronounce it.

It’s not the name of a person that counts a lot. It is the name of anything is it a person, brand or business. It should be easy to remember and easy to pronounce. If it’s a name of your blog so it must help you to market it well.

So be as much choosy as you can to pick your blog name. It should reflect the nature of your business. You can’t sell football products with a brand name of adult products. So it should be reflective of your niche.

Also, it should have globally accepted meaning if you are going to brand your business worldwide. Else many cultures may avoid accepting it.

So before picking your blog name ask following questions to yourself:

  • Is it going to fully portray what I am going to market on my blog?
  • Is it quite clear and people don’t be confused while reading it?
  • Is it the best one to help me grow my business quite successfully?
  • Is it unique and no other name is more or less similar to it that may create confusion to know which one is mine?

So get the accurate answers of all these questions before picking the final name of your blog.

Once you picked the most suitable one now it is time to publicize it. Soon after picking it, promote it on social media to let others know you finally picked the name of your blog.

But before sharing it, search if its domain is available. If it is, then book it as URL of your blog.

If not then search the one nearest to it. But I would suggest your blog name and its URL’s key phrase should be same. Else people would face problem remembering two words. One as your blog name and another one as your domain name.

So provide as much ease as you can while branding your business.

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