All the names below have one thing in common… they all suck.
Who am I to say that your photography business name is cheesy and cliche? Well, I’m no-one, but I do know a thing or two about how to market yourself.
This website is called ExpertPhotography. If I tell you the name of my website, do you get a general sense of what the website is about? You do, because I’ve used an important keyword in the title. It might not be a flashy name, or give of any vibes of beauty, but it does the job.
Don’t get me wrong, this is in no way a serious post, it’s just a little bit of fun. But I hope it might shed some light on what to call your photography business, when the time comes.
The thing about these names, however nice they may seem, is that they don’t tell a potential customer what you’re about. The customer isn’t looking for the fanciest, or the catchiest name, so this is altogether rather useless.
Call me old fashioned, but I see nothing wrong with “‘first name’ ‘last name’ Photography” as a business title. If you have a certain niche you’re specializing in, then throw that in for good measure.
The names are broken down into three sections:
- A positive adjective.
- Something pretty or colourful.
- A funny way of saying photo/photography.
So without further adieu, what is your cliche photography business name? Comment below.
I hope you enjoy it, yours truly,
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