Catchword’s Favorite Names of Endearment

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Hello friends and lovers. Tis the season where drugstores become candy shoppes, dating websites rake it in, and reservations for two are harder to come by than they were on Noah's Ark. In light of that, I thought I'd share this article...
By |February 11th, 2016|Catchword, Fun Stuff, In-the-News|Comments Off on Catchword’s Favorite Names of Endearment

Maria Cypher in MORE Magazine

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Our very own Creative Director and Principal, Maria Cypher, was just featured in the February issue of MORE Magazine! She shared her thoughts on the importance of choosing a great name for your business. Here's a link to the article.
By |February 5th, 2016|Catchword|Comments Off on Maria Cypher in MORE Magazine

8 Reasons Mobile Games Are Named Noun + Verb (or, How Candy Crush Crushed Bejeweled)

Temple Run Here at Catchword, it part of our DNA (not to mention part of our JOB) to decipher naming trends. And as app naming and game naming is something we are often are asked to do, I thought I’d...
By |January 27th, 2016|Brand Naming, Catchword, Fun Stuff|Comments Off on 8 Reasons Mobile Games Are Named Noun + Verb (or, How Candy Crush Crushed Bejeweled)

This Namer’s 5 Most Trusty Creative Resources

1) The Indomitable Thesaurus This one should be transparently incontrovertibly patently obviously obvious. When a client needs a name that says reliability, we need to know every way to say reliability, and there’s no more reliable way to do that...
By |November 5th, 2015|Branding, Catchword, Naming Tips|Comments Off on This Namer’s 5 Most Trusty Creative Resources

AB InBev SABMiller Merger Name Game

Hi folks. As you may know, the beer world has fermented a fusion. AB InBev and SABMiller, the two largest brewers in the world, reached an agreement on a merger. AB InBev gave them the old ‘there ain’t room in this...
By |October 16th, 2015|Catchword, Fun Stuff, In-the-News|Comments Off on AB InBev SABMiller Merger Name Game

Ragtag Rag Tags: Name Review Roundup of Uber and Airbnb’s Magazines

This year, Uber and Airbnb launched magazines to further connect with their passengers, drivers, and guests. The idea isn’t new—though everyone’s favorite in-flight catalogue Skymall has been grounded due to bankruptcy, airline periodicals do reach a robust, affluent and literally...
By |September 16th, 2015|Branding, Catchword, In-the-News|Comments Off on Ragtag Rag Tags: Name Review Roundup of Uber and Airbnb’s Magazines

Denali is Beautiful

President Obama officially reinstated Denali as the primary name for the highest peak in North America. In several Native Alaskan dialects, Denali means “the tall one” or “big mountain.” The people who have lived in its shadow for thousands of...
By |September 1st, 2015|Catchword, In-the-News, Language Use|Comments Off on Denali is Beautiful

From Soup To Nuts: Alphabet Name Review

It isn’t every day that a kid gets to name their parent, but this week Google announced a major restructuring whereupon Alphabet became the parent company of Google, Calico, Nest, Sidewalk, and Google’s investment companies. After the announcement, Slate el-em-en-oh-peed...
By |August 13th, 2015|Catchword, Name Reviews|Comments Off on From Soup To Nuts: Alphabet Name Review

Naming experts’ 21 tips to choose the right domain name in the new top level domain space

With the rollout of over 700 new top level domain names, such as .xyz and .shop, brands have been left to wonder which of these new domains are actually important and how to best choose a domain in this new space. Our...
By |August 10th, 2015|Catchword|Comments Off on Naming experts’ 21 tips to choose the right domain name in the new top level domain space

Grade: A…I Mean, Name Review of Spoiler Alert

Let the trashcans go hungry! Spoiler Alert connects restaurants and grocers who have surplus food with non-profits that can use it. If the extra food is still edible, it goes to soup kitchens, pantries, and the like; if it has...
By |July 6th, 2015|Catchword, In-the-News, Name Reviews|Comments Off on Grade: A…I Mean, Name Review of Spoiler Alert