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What's in a Name? Name.Kitchen Knows

My name is Stacie and I am pretty attached to that name. My parents put a lot of thought into, had many, many conversations about it and Stacie is what they named me. I think it fits me well. That is the thing with naming pretty much anything. Fit is just as important as the name itself.

Entrepreneur Magazine states, “Naming a business is a lot like laying the cornerstone of a building. Once it's in place, the entire foundation and structure is aligned to that original stone. If it's off, even just a bit, the rest of the building is off, and the misalignment becomes amplified.”

This is true when it comes to naming. As a small business owner myself, I thought for a long time about what to name this blog. I wanted it to resonate with people while still reflecting me. Divine Lifestyle is about living the good life and living the best life. I love the name of this blog and I think that I accomplished exactly what I set out to do.

Forbes says, “A company name and its brand should last the test of time. Consumers like consistency in companies, brands, and products…Consumers crave information about how a company started, progressed, and what the company is doing today to make consumers even happier by purchasing more of its products. Teaching consumers why the company chose a particular color or name will go a long way to selling merchandise.”


When it comes to domain availability, many of us have been increasingly frustrated by the lack of names available or having to add all sorts of hyphens, other characters or create a really long name. That doesn't have to happen anymore.

Name.Kitchen is an online hub that celebrates the art and science of naming. There is an amazing new world of choice in naming on the Internet. There are now hundreds of new “not-com” choices available today – everything from .COFFEE to .PIZZA to .LIFE, that allow you to create a memorable and meaningful domain name. In late 2013,  hundreds of new domain endings — words to the right of that second dot — became available for use when crafting the URL for your website. How amazing is that?

As these Donuts’ not-com names choices are new, the very best names are still available to be registered and since we know that the better names are more memorable names, all you need to do is choose a great name for your business or project. Name.Kitchen can help you out with tips, advice and inspiration to help you jump-start the name brainstorm. Discover these tools, tips and more at


Find inspiration from Name.Kitchen’s “I am.___” video series showcasing businesses leveraging naming creativity + innovation at

Ready to get cooking with Name.Kitchen? Claim your name here

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  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    That’s pretty cool. A good name can make or break a company!

  2. Where was this when I was making my blog?! I had a terrible time coming up with a name that captured everything I wanted and that WASN’T taken.

  3. I can see this being a very useful thing for businesses. I better go claim my name huh?

  4. Pam

    Naming a business is so hard. It’s important to pick a good name.

  5. What a great service! I am learning all about branding now and am headed over to watch the video right now!

  6. It would be fun to have a website that sports a different domain address than the standard .com. I think I would attempt to choose .blog or .lifestyle for my site.

  7. What a cool way to add a bit more customization to your site. There are some really cool ones available!

  8. Catherine S

    This sounds interesting. I need to go see what kind of business name I can come up with.

  9. A name really matters, I think I was named after that liquor Brandy or whatever alcohol type it is – to be honest. A company name can make or break it .. honestly!

  10. Debbie Denny

    This would be handy for a company. Nice resource

  11. Oh my goodness. I wish there was a service like this when I was having a baby. That is so cool!

  12. That’s a great way to make a really unique name. I can’t wait to invent some new great domain names.

  13. A good name is so important, as it really is the first impression you have on a company. This is such a neat little tool to help find the perfect name!

  14. This sounds really interesting! I know I wouldn’t be able to think of a business name, finding one for my blog was hard enough!

  15. Megan @ C'mon Get Crafty

    That site could have been a big help when I started my blog and my business! I like the whole “not com” concept.

  16. You’d be surprised how important a name is. I had to rebrand my site to a new name so people could actually respect my work.

  17. This is really cool. Every website I have had I put a lot of thought in the name, well, with the exception of the blog ‘home pages’ we had back 20 or so years ago. We weren’t really given much choice then.

  18. Wow what a great service! This is gonna be amazin for branding purposes!

  19. There are so many choices! It’ so hard to pick the right name.

  20. Kristin K

    I have been thinking about starting a blog….and I have the perfect name….but, I am not very good with change! Change is something that stops me from doing a lot of things! Most of the time, it works out for the best anyway. I am great at coming up with ideas, and have great creativity for other people, but when it comes to myself, I’m clueless…except for the name!

  21. A better domain name is a creative idea. I will check this out later today.

  22. I love all the options of domain names now! It’s a great way to further brand your website.

  23. Wow, what a unique twist to an online name! I definitely would be interested in a stand out name company like this

  24. I completely agree. A name must be able to stand the test of time. I’m hoping my blog name conveys that.. LOL

  25. this is so interesting, I’ve never heard about this but I’m going to check it out. It’s so hard coming up with the right name.

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