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Naming Force vs Crowd Spring?

Has anyone used Naming Force or Crowd Spring? Thoughts on the experience? TIA!

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Eran Eyal
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Hi Anita,

You should give www.springleap.co a whirl. It's managed and the creatives are agency professionals as opposed to freelancers with little or no agency experience.

Give [removed to protect privacy] a shout.
Katie Pang
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Katie Pang Entrepreneur • Advisor
Financial Advisor at Aegon
There is already a huge debate about Company Naming here.
http://members.founderdating.com/discuss/2/Company-naming
Great insights.
Ben Sweat
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I have used Crowdspring for a product naming. We got a few hundred names. Most were junk. Many users didn't seem to read the instructions. But we did get 10-15 good names. In the end, we didn't end up using one of the names (though you still have reward a winner to your favorite). I consider it a brainstorming exercise more than anything. $400 or so, so pretty low risk.
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