|ZideKick.com -- Zidekick or Zide Kick|
... I always love the sidekicks. I want to do a leading-lady role in a film -- absolutely. But I find that a lot of times I get attracted to the sidekick role. They stand out a little more because they're quirkier, they're funnier, they're crazier.
-- Malin Akerman
"Zidekick" or "Zide Kick" is a "kicky" and catchy name that plays on "Sidekick," a friend or colleague who is close, but somehow subordinate, to another person.
Famous sidekick relationships include Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (illustrated in the logo); Batman and Robin; The Lone Ranger and Tonto; Thelma and Louise -- well, you get the idea.
We see "Zidekick" as the social media site that could kick (get it?) a certain site that begins with "Face" and ends in "book" in its nosy derriere (that's French, which sounds ever so much better than "butt").
"Zidekick" could represent a brand for any product or service that offers a flirty cachet. Could it be a company name? It depends on one's corporate culture. If your company tends to be footloose and devil-may-care, then yes. But if you are IBM-esque (translation: "staid"), then probably not.
The exact terms "Zidekick" and "Zide Kick" do not appear in the USPTO.gov or Trademarkia.com data bases.
However, be aware that there are 339 trademarks on "Sidekick" -- many of them exact matches -- and over 6,000 on variations of "side kick," but no exact matches. Therefore, be careful to research "Sidekick" more thoroughly to avoid a typo confusion with a company offering similar products or services.
(Includes domain and logo.)