Business Name Help..........

Business By cakeymom Updated 18 Aug 2014 , 8:03am by chefjenbarney

cakeymom Posted 15 Aug 2014 , 12:35am
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AI do cakes, decorated cookies, and a few other items and I am looking for a name. I have finally narrowed it down to:

Baking It Up Sweet Bakin' It Up Sweet Bake It Up Sweet

I think the middle variation would be problematic because of the " ' " after the n in searches and the like. I just would like some input into the catchiness and how the words roll off the tongue. Along with what would be easily remembered.

Thanks in advance,


5 replies
cakeymom Posted 15 Aug 2014 , 2:18pm
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I really could use some help now that I have finally decided to act on the Cottage Food Law in our state.


Thanks again,



-K8memphis Posted 15 Aug 2014 , 2:48pm
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AI like that it has action built in -- no one will wonder what you're about -- but it's not clicking with me as a name -- it's more of a tagline than a name to me--

I used to be 'acme cakes' -- on the order of wiley coyote and roadrunner but i never alluded to them -- I just wanted a generic name -- what city/street do you live in/on?

memphis bakes bakin' memphis young street deli

I also like using location in the name -- kills two birds with one stone--

names are really hard -- best to you -- and congratulations!

MimiFix Posted 15 Aug 2014 , 2:54pm
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People often shorten a name, so keep it simple. Bake It Up Sweet or even Sweet Bake. Good luck in your new business. 

cakeymom Posted 15 Aug 2014 , 3:59pm
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AI live along the Alabama Gulf Coast region. I really prefer not to use the city in the name. But, I will think about some items that are regional.


chefjenbarney Posted 18 Aug 2014 , 8:03am
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My vote is for Sweet Bake!  I think simple is best.  Hope this helps!

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