How do you create a great logo? Here are 3 excellent guidelines...
* Design in black and white. Color can mask a design's weakness.
* Shape and style matter more than color. Most successful logos are sufficiently versatile to make a statement, whether on the side of a bus, on a business card or embroidered on a shirt.
* Color counts. Don't pick a color simply because it's your favorite.
Why am I telling you all this? Because I learned as much in Friday's Get to the Point newsletter, What Makes a Great Logo. I love that the newsletter is simple, succinct, actionable. Think of it as a PowerBar for small business marketing.
Get to the Point, published three times a week by MarketingProfs, offers Small Business Secrets in 60 Seconds. Written by Christian Gulliksen and edited by Managing Editor Val Frazee, the newsletter debuted only a month ago. But already, I'm digging it! (And if your inbox looks as crowded as mine, that's saying something.)
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