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    Default How Lame Is This Name??

    I'm working feverishly on preparations for my upcoming two day, six speaker teleseminar about getting started online and this is the name I came up with:

    The WAHumor "Start Up Without Stressing Out" Seminar


    Be honest. LAME, isn't it??


    I'm up for suggestions, so hit me with your best shot!



    Dan

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    I kinda like it...

    Maybe...

    Start Your Success Soon Without Stressing Out

    Start Your Success Soon Without Struggle

    It Sounds Super Now, But Soon You'll Be Struggling!

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    I don't think it's lame, but maybe not provoking enough. How about

    Stress Free Start Up (there probably should be a hyphen or two in there)

    No Stress Start Up

    Start Up But Don't Stress Out

    How to Start Up, Not Stress Out

    Starting Out Stress Free

    How to Start Out Stress Free


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    I like Starting out stress free or Stress Free Start Up. There's a whole lot of Ss in there, though: WAHumor Presents - A Six-Speaker Teleseminar: The Stress Free Start Up. :P
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    Also remember to spell out WAH (work at home) because a lot of people have no clue what WAH means.
    ~Angie~

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    How's this then:

    The WAHumor Six Speaker Strees Free Start Up Seminar

    OR

    WAHumor Presents The Six Speaker Stress Free Start Up Seminar

    I suppose WAHumor could be WAHumor.com.

    Spell out the WAH? How about just saying "WAHumor.com, the work at home humor site" or something in the page text?


    Dan

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    Yoohoo?


    Dan

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    Hmm... Cindy may be right. Is it too many SSSSSs? I didn't realize "six speaker" would be in the name. And if you add "presents" that's two more Ss even though they aren't the first letters.

    The good news is that because it's online, most people won't be trying to speak it, but it does have to be read.

    I don't know.....

    How's that for wishy-washy?

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    Alliteration Aimlessly Annoys Ambitious Affiliate Agents! Again!!

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    I was just about to post about going with less alliteration!

    I really like "Stress Free Start Up" and "No Stress Start Up"

    I actually like your original idea, but that could be your call to action, so to speak, that reinforces a simpler title. People are attracted to short and catchy.

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