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Everyone wants a blog that’s a true reflection of themselves and their philosophy, whether that be fun, feminine, flirty or fierce. However, considering as of 2016 there are more than 305.9 million blogs on Tumblr alone, finding a unique and personal creative blog name can be like a search for the holy grail.
Aside from perception, a great name can also communicate the essence of your brand to a new reader at their first encounter with you. Your blog name may go a long way in describing what your blog topic is (food? relationships? style?) and your brand personality (humorous, feminine, wistful, wise) – which ultimately contributes to readers building an affinity with your brand.
If my Google Analytics stats are anything to go by, choosing a creative blog name is incredibly important to new bloggers for personal reasons, too. Why so? This post gets hundreds of new readers visiting each and every day. Bloggers searching for creative blog names who want to shape the way they are perceived and create a platform for their creative output that’s a true refection of themselves.
There’s a few different ingredients that make a good blog name:
Of course, your blog name doesn’t have to combine all four ingredients, but using each to brainstorm ideas is really helpful in terms of getting a start.
If you need help generating a blog name of your own, check out this worksheet I made for you:
Now, without further ado, I’ve collected 101 creative blog names from the wellness industry for you to use as inspiration when coming up with a blog name of your own. I tend to enjoy a good pun, so you’ll notice a bit of a punny theme throughout 😉
Drumroll…… Here they are:
This is a question I get all the time! While registering your own name as your blog’s domain is ideal for personal brand building, some people just plain old don’t wanna.
At minimum, I would recommend registering your own name as a domain name, if it’s still available. If the .com suffix isn’t available, try something like .co.uk, .ca, .com.au or simply .co
This way, if you ever transition your health / food business into your own name, or you need a portfolio for your work, you’ve got the option of a personal domain name. Think of it as future-proofing your personal brand, because if there’s one this I’ve learned when it comes to blogging and online business, it’s never say never.
I created a free workbook to help you create your own awesome blog name. Grab it here!
In the comments, I’d love to know…
• What’s your favourite creative blog name from the list above?
• What’s your own creative blog name? (Maybe it’s even on this list?!)
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