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21 thoughts on “How to Create a Logo Online

  1. Welcome Back Jessica Thanks for Great Advise and yeah that's a great shirt which you wearing . Godbless Thanks a ton again.

  2. A logo creator might make sense for some new ventures. However, if your business outgrows or has outgrown a templated logo, having someone who can truly understand your brand/customer base and effectively communicate that through professional brand identity design can make a huge difference. I understand you want to make the path from A (dropshipping business idea) to B (using Oberlo) as short as possible, removing as many "but what about" and "what ifs" as possible. You're just wrong to imply that custom design is never necessary, and that an arbitrarily generated design is a great way to build a brand.

  3. Very useful advise, Thank you. I have used these guys few times https://logomakr.com/
    Your thoughts, please.

  4. We received far more designs than we had anticipated, thanks to a process that allowed us to give specific feedback to designers about some of the design ideas we had in mind. This was a fun and engaging process, and we had a lot more control over the final design than we've had working with other graphic designers outside of Design Free Logo Online. Thank you for offering such a unique service! We'll be coming back again for our next design project.

  5. Yeah Canva lets you download your designgs for free, but how about royalties and licenses? They do not let you create a design and then use it as a trademarked logo…. Why won't you touch this topic?

  6. Thanks for video! My comparison of best online logo makers https://medium.com/@khomutetskiy/5-best-online-logo-makers-in-2018-9888f6a9c4c8. My favorites are Turbologo.com and LogoJoy.com

  7. logotypemaker is not free. i spent my time on that website after creating my logo .website was showing downloading option instead of downloading.

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