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Introducing NameMyThingy.com: Crowdsourced Naming Contests on SitePoint

By Shayne Tilley

Name My ThingyWe’re often asked on 99designs, SitePoint, and Flippa.com: “Can you help me run a contest to name my thingy?” Well, now we can!

We’ve created a new section in our Marketplace (shortcut: namemythingy.com) to help you find your new shiny thingy a name… whether it’s for your new business, your web site, or even your new pet. After all, everything needs a name — right?

Running your naming contest is easy. Simply create a new listing, nominate a prize for the best entry (minimum $50), and watch the ideas roll in.

Best of all — for a limited time, it’s FREE to post your contest!

If you’re a creative type and want to earn some extra cash, why not head over and suggest some names of your own. Who knows, you could win the cash!

Check out NameMyThingy.com

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  • phatman

    Seeing the box and “Thingy” totally brings up images of a Saturday Night bit.

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