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6 Memory Factors to Consider as You Craft Your Business Name
Naming a Business

6 Memory Factors to Consider as You Craft Your Business Name

Keeping in mind the process of encoding and storing, here are a few methods to consider when starting up.
Aaron Keller
Your Brand Depends on Your Great Business Name Being Protected
Naming a Business

Your Brand Depends on Your Great Business Name Being Protected

Here are six strategies to craft a name that grabs attention, but not for legal reasons.
Aaron Keller
Seeking Truce With Drag Community, Facebook Will Amend Its 'Real-Name' Policy
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Seeking Truce With Drag Community, Facebook Will Amend Its 'Real-Name' Policy

After hundreds of accounts were suspended for the use of drag names like Sister Roma and Lil Miss Hot Mess, Facebook said it was rethinking certain policies.
Geoff Weiss
How to Name Your Startup
Naming a Business

How to Name Your Startup

Three tips for accomplishing one of the most important and difficult parts of launching a business.
Joel Gascoigne
What to Do When You've Forgotten Someone's Name
Networking

What to Do When You've Forgotten Someone's Name

Whether it's a senior moment or entrepreneur brain, it happens to us all. Here's what to do.
Ivan Misner
The 3 Deadly Sins of Networking
Networking

The 3 Deadly Sins of Networking

Avoid these three lethal blunders when meeting and interacting with potential new clients.
Tom Borg
Name That Company to Dazzling Success
Branding

Name That Company to Dazzling Success

Peruse some fun ideas for developing a brand moniker for a startup that will translate into business fortune.
Brad Hines
7 Tips to Help You Remember Names Better
Names

7 Tips to Help You Remember Names Better

Whether you're trying to impress a prospective client, networking to find a job, or meeting new co-workers, you don't want to be caught forgetting someone's name.
5 Tricks to Remembering Anybody's Name
Marketing

5 Tricks to Remembering Anybody's Name

Remembering names not only makes others feel valued, but opens the door to important connections.
Jacqueline Whitmore