Does This Name Suck? DANDELION
In this Does This Name Suck video I take a look at the geo-thermal heating and cooling brand, Dandelion. I seldom care for this kind of random association name because it makes it harder to communicate much.
Battle of the Brands: Comirnaty vs. Spikevax
You guys probably know how I feel about the name Pfizer has given their COVID 19 vaccine, Comirnaty. In this video, I put it into a battle of the brands vs. Moderna’s vaccine name, Spikevax. Basically, I just wanted to kick Comirnaty’s ass one more time. It’s that bad.
Starbucks Does It Again?
It’s clear that Starbucks really caught lightning in a bottle with the seasonal drink favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte. We believe that there’s some special magic in that name that has contributed to its success. They have other fall drinks they bring out. This year they’ve introduced the Apple Crisp Macchiato.
IS YOUR NAME BRANDTRUE
There are a lot of things to keep in mind when choosing between names. We’ve always used an informal checklist of the most important considerations. Recently, we made it a FORMAL checklist and we use the acronym TRUE to remember the four critical elements (Transparency, Realness, Uniqueness, and Engagement).
I FELL DOWN YESTERDAY
I was instantly, jarringly reminded that any new journey starts well before you step on the path, that your first steps are always the most roughly paved, and that you just need to push yourself past the gravel to get to the smooth rolling. I was grateful to be reminded that sometimes playing it safe is the most dangerous thing you can do.
EVER WONDERED ABOUT STORM NAMING? Since we’re obsessed about naming, we find the details of how they name storms pretty interesting. Do you?
How do you convey that something is a substitute, subverting nature, yet authentic, healthy and appetizing at the same time? It isn’t easy!!
Tall, Grande, Venti
A BIG TIP for pricing your services or products! You may have heard that you should offer three different pricing levels. But you probably haven’t heard about the right order to present them in. Behavioral Economics teaches us that we should present them in a counterintuitive order, with the most expensive item going first.