Naming my new small business with a misspelled word?
I suppose it depends on the business.It can be new fresh and chic you know but it really depends.I supposse if you bringing in a younger audience or nothing to. "Stuck up" lol I don't see a big deal with it.
by Butterflied - 5 hours ago
yes, it is OK. In fact, you can name your business using any combination of characters. it doesn't even have to be a word. after all, it's your money on the line.
by ? - 5 hours ago
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