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May 13, 2011

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i like your stuff

Nice post Jamie-

I agree I was one of the first to want to change the name, partly because a lot of other retailers were carrying the same name and i was all about being different from other retailers so (I confess) that I was one of the first to drop the (lil) hee hee. Then you came out with a bulletin that stated that we had to name the product exactly as you did, and then I thought to myself, but then how will I be different? So I tried to keep it similar but made sure to include your code so you would know which item it was :) Had I known that you did not know that I would have happily shared that information ;) I just thought that when we changed the name, it was screwing up your order fulfillment flow lol. Oh well, after 10 years and the latest Google updating shooting down our site unfairly...there is a LOT I am still learning...

Name is the coolest thing to have in this world. But I think, I have to look for a precious name.

Some very useful advice, I agree that there's a lot of importance in the name of your product. It has to be something that really appeals to customers and will stick in their mind. Also if you're selling items from a website, it is important to find out what people are searching for and match the name of your item to their search terms if possible.

It’s hard to seek out knowledgeable folks on this matter, but you sound like you realize what you’re speaking about! Thanks

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