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How to Design a Logo for Your Small Business and Start Earning Money Today!

Updated on May 26, 2020
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Chris is an aspiring writer who works on various social media sites including Upwork, Instagram and Facebook Groups.

What Is A Logo?

A logo is a type of graphic mark, emblem, or symbol that is used to aid and promote public identification and recognition. It can really be anything from an abstract to figurative design. A logo can also look different for every company and really requires creativity on your part.

There are plenty of different ways to create a logo even if you are not good at drawing. All you need are the design concepts that you want to bring to life. Personally when I was creating a logo for my all business I did not know where to start. With the help of someone else though, everything cleared up.

Types Of Logos

1. Mascot Logo

This is the logo that you see with some type of person behind the logo design. This is seen with a lot of gaming companies, fast food restaurants, and other places as well.

2. Icon Logo

The second logo that I will talk about is an icon logo. This type of logo is used for more professional brands like Google, Apple, and even At&t. This is one of the main types of logos that companies use in today's society. If you are still not sure whether your logo is an icon logo, look towards a social media brand like Snapchat.

3. Lettermark Logo

The letter mark logo is the third type of design logo that I will talk about in this article. Letter mark logos are another basic type of logo that uses letters instead of any other type. Examples of letter mark logos would be Nasa.

Why Does My Business Need A Logo?

Your business needs a logo because it is the main thing that represents what your business is all about. If you want to convey ideas or an idea to your audience, your logo would be the best way to do it.

A good logo also helps consumers to actually buy from you. Think of yourself, would you want to buy your clothes from a company that has bad aesthetics?

What Are Places That I Can Create My Logo For Less Than 15$?

There are many places that you can create a logo, but in this article I will only be mentioning the two that I used. A little warning before you create your logo design online is to already have the ideas of what you would want it to look like in mind.

1. Canva

Canva is where I designed my logo by myself. When I first started off I did not know what I was doing like anybody else, but over I learned from my mistakes and created a pretty good logo. To e though, my design was not good enough to get a large number of my customers interested.

2. Fiverr

Fiverr is the best place that I got y logo designed. They offered a very inexpensive price of $15. I saw that as amazing to find something so nice fast at such a cheap price.

Last Words

There are a lot of logos out there that people are trying to persuade you to buy. The best option for someone who is just starting off would be to go with Fiverr. They are very cheap and offer amazing results.


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