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"Now" or "Today", which one sounds better for a company title?

Asked by dopeguru (1917points) March 28th, 2019

For example, if its a company that inspires writers (I’m making it up) it would be: “Shakespeare Now” or, “Shakespeare Today”.

Which one makes most sense?

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Pinguidchance's avatar

If it’s Shakespeare I’d go with Shakespeare On The Morrow: Hither Thither And Yon.

Otherwise Now.

ragingloli's avatar

Why not “post-haste”?

Brian1946's avatar

If you combine them, you get Noway. ;-)

Mimishu1995's avatar

@Brian1946 Noway, I’ll not do it.

zenvelo's avatar

It really depends on what you are trying to communicate.

If you are trying to say the company is up to date and modern, use “Today”.

If you are trying to communicate prompt and efficient service, use “Now”.

kritiper's avatar

I’ll choose “Now.”

Lightlyseared's avatar

It doesn’t matter. It’s a name. You’d choose the one you like the sound of.

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