If you’ve ever created a business or launched a website, you will be familiar with the frustration associated with finding a name for your pet project. You’ve invested so much effort and finances into your project and want to introduce it to the world, but you draw a blank when it comes to finding a name.
If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. In fact, this is such a common experience that there is a wide range of tools available in the market that help people find a name. A quick Google search will show you just how many such tools are available.
Because there is so much choice out there, it can be hard to choose the tool that is right for you. A good way to narrow the choice would be by looking at the pros and cons of some of these tools. This article will look at Naminum, a tool that makes brainstorming for names easier.
One of the main pros of this tool is that it is really quick when it comes generating names. Another pro is that it can create simple names that even virtual assistants will have no trouble pronouncing.
As is the case with any tool, this tool also has its cons. One of the main cons is that this tool provides names for only .com websites. If you want a website ending with .org, .net or something else, you will have to go through their partner GoDaddy. Another con is that the user interface is rather unattractive and unappealing.
In case these cons are severe enough for you to reconsider using this tool, we at Startup Stash have put together a list of Naminum alternatives that will help you find a tool that better suits your needs.