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Shauna L Bowling says
Lisa Vollrath says
Low cost would be an option. Many of the sites I looked at wanted me to purchase business start up kits ($79 and up), so willing to check out Fiverr.
Hell, you could get well over 10 logos for that price on Fiverr, all of professional quality provided on who you pick.
Side question:How does one do property inspections as a personal business?
Mortgage inspections. You sign up with the companies who are responsible for making sure foreclosures are not being trashed, and document repairs needed for banks. I actually had a hub of the day about it a while back. Fun nasty work.
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Renee' D. Campbell says
Billie Kelpin says
What is it for, by the way? The no-logo logo example which is pretty good is on The Sartorialist blog - the blog is huge and he gets away with that old trick. For my own blog I did something similar, it seems to work well for websites.
It's actually for our business (property inspections). We went 7 yrs without one, closed down last yr and are starting back up slowly so I was trying to reevaluate to make things better. Simple might be best since mostly for business cards etc.
yes, you're right. that's why specifically ask the logo to be vectorized, although any real designer will do it anyways. so you can change the size as you want. logo actually is one of the places where the investment is worth it. logos talk!
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