Submissions ranked by Naming Force after submission phase
Domain registration check performed on all domain names
Clients can restrict domain submissions to only unregistered domains
Clients can restrict domain submissions to specific domain extensions (.com, .net, etc)
Clients can restrict specific keywords in submissions
US Trademark check performed on names
Enhanced Contest Features
Rush Contest - shortens the submission time to 3 days
Private Contest - hides contest brief and submissions from the public, hides name list from Namers, and hides chosen name from all. Namers sign a non-discosure agreement in order to view contest.
Additional info gathered after contest launch
What type of name do you want? Professional/Serious, Quirky/Fun, Modern/Techie
What style of name do you want? Real Words, Compounds, Phrases, Blends, Made Up, Misspelled, Acronyms
Keywords you would like considered
Keywords you do not want used
Preferred name length (shortness)
Who are your target customers?
What are the names of your top three competitors?
For domain-included contests
Which domain extensions are acceptable?
Does the domain name have to be unregistered?
Does the domain name have to be an exact match of the suggested name?
No Refund Policy
No refunds are made for any reason
Crowdsourcing is an experimental practice designed to reduce the cost of a service that is often too expensive for the common consumer. Since we utilize the power of the public to create name suggestions we cannot guarantee the results of any contest. Potential clients should browse name submissions from our previous contests to get an idea of the quality of names provided via Naming Force.
Since naming is subjective, and since we expect a lenghty time investment from our Namers, we feel it is only right to reward them regardless of the end result of a contest. This generates a better product in the end as Namers know that someone is going to be awarded the contest award.
All of our contests result in a winner. If the client does not choose a winner in the given time frame, we use our voting algorithm to choose a winner. If you are uncomfortable with the risk associated with a crowdsourced naming contest we ask that you do not use our service.