When it comes to great logo design, you ultimately want it to convey your brand. At the same time, you don’t want it to take up too much space. That is the greatest challenge; to be able to create a winning impact within space constraints.
1. Research for effective logo design
2. Attractive and unique: two elements of great logo design
3. Simple and memorable logo design
4. Flexibility is a major issue in logo design
There are so many companies who invest a fortune on their logo design only to realize later that their logo doesn’t work on a product wrapper!
Your logo needs to be flexible enough to work and create a lasting impact on any medium whether it is a product wrapper, your company website or even any promotional materials you send out! That means you need to consider the size of the logo and the appropriate colors. The colors used need to match well with any background while also helping the brand to stand out.
5. Never clutter your logo in logo design
6. Use fonts that promote readability in your logo design
7. Usage of color in logo design
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ABOUT ME: I first became interested in internet marketing out of necessity when searching for ways to promote my original music recordings online. Getting digital distribution for my music was an eye-opening experience when I realized anyone in the world could find and listen to my music catalog if promoted correctly.
I learned how to produce simple graphics support materials such as logos and flyers, set up social media profiles, post blog articles and publish content such as short animated promo videos and photos. I am no stranger to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, YouTube, and Google My Business.
When I started my travel agency business I began to learn more about local referral marketing by joining and presenting in front of local business groups. While working to get the word out about my business, I was approached by local SEO and Web Marketers to use their services to expand my client base.
I was intrigued by the services they offered and decided to learn more about it on my own since I’ve always been a do-it-yourselfer and welcomed the challenge of creatively using social media and the internet to promote my businesses.
While researching various methods of internet marketing, I came upon a business coaching webinar by John Thornhill and I was immediately intrigued to learn more about Private Label products and Affiliate Marketing
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