Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by galaxyAbstractor, May 16, 2010.
I need a name for my site where I am gonna do templates for people. Any ideas on a name?
Templatehouse like your tutorial house :smile:
Not bad at all.
Look Carefully, it is tutorialhou.se not tutorialhouse :smile: so your next website should have url like templatehou.se or without extension "Templatehou"
Well, I need a more professional name than that
Lol, you're funny.
If I'd brought smile on your or anybody's face then that silly mistake was really worthwhile.:redface: But Now I've corrected it.
a combination of them:tongue:
Maybe you can buy them. All the good website names are always al ready in use.
My personal opinion
Don't like, Not so professional
:redface: but little lengthy.
Well, I need it to be creative and professional, and I rather don't have template in the name as that isn't really creative :/
Fruit and Vigge!
imo, getting a creative or special name for such websites is pointless.
the most important point is that the name must be able to tell people what is it about.
having 'template' in your name really helps alot.
fanciful innovative names are better for personal use...
"Templates for the people with no name"... Err... sorry.
"Templates that are good for you"!
"Splendid Art". Not good in English but I've tried. Meaningless words are allowed or not?
"The website with the catchy name"
I have lots of meaningless words. I will give you some if you wish......:smile:
No I don't need to get if from you. Every words from my language (Hindi) will be meaningless in English. So my meaningless dictionary is much more prosperous than yours. :biggrin:
Maybe some variation on the purpose of a template, like "foundation" or "base" something. Blank slate?
Crap, looks like that one's taken. Em...
Ack that's taken too. Hmm...
Taken too. Hmm
Looks like www.designtemplates.org is taken. You wouldn't want your .com to share a name with a .org so...
Or another idea: www.templatebucket.com ?
Yeah ok so not very helpful but hopefully gets the juices flowing.
Separate names with a comma.