Understanding Short and Long Business Names in Webfolio’s Onboarding Questionnaire
Navigating through Webfolio's onboarding questionnaire? Here's a comprehensive guide to help you choose the perfect short name for your logo and full business name for your website. Learn about character limits, how to make changes, and explore some inspiring examples. Remember, you can use the same name for both if you choose!
Short name for your logo
Your short name will be visible on the top left of your website (instead of a logo). You can enter up to 20 characters for your short name. Don't worry if you can't find the perfect name right away. You can change it as many times as you want via your profile dashboard.
Examples: Sherlock Holmes, John Smith, DBLC Studio, Sun Valley Center
Full business name
Your full business name will be visible in the header of your website's homepage. A maximum of 40 characters is allowed for your business name. Don't worry if you can't find the perfect name right away. You can change it as many times as you want via your profile dashboard.
Examples: Homes & Co Detectives, John Smith Fitness Studio, Sun Valley Center
Note: You can use the same name for both the logo name and full business name.