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  1. How about logocrisp? Or They both have a free logo download option that gives you a jpg image. That is great for small projects when you are a web designer like me.

  2. Hi, I started making a logo for my website a few weeks ago, I’ve been comparing sites out there on blog reviews. I have to say that these sites are really cool!! Have you tried I started my logo on there the other day and I must say that I have a soft spot for this site. I think it should be included in the logo generator list. It’s packed with cool features. Enjoy

  3. Great post, I was surprised that you listed Tailor Brands as #2, I used them to create a logo and got a full branding package! It’s worth a try..

  4. Yikes. I’m shocked that The Branding Journal would publish an article that promotes an “anyone can do it!” to such a critical branding tool. As the article states in the very beginning:

    “A brand is not just a logo, however, a logo is one of the most critical elements of your brand’s visual identity. Today we will take a look at the best logo generators available online.”

    If a logo is “one of the most critical elements,” then is it really a good idea to trust an automated tool? A logo should be developed in the larger context of branding — the target audience, positioning against competitors, the brand’s promise /values, etc. An automatic logo generator can’t analyze any of this, and the entrepreneur may not understand how to do this and why it’s important, instead creating something that she/he feels “looks nice.”

    Even small start-ups with budget limitations should consider hiring a small or one-person agency that can bring the human side into this vital process. Yes, some investment will be required — but there is clearly a benefit: a visual ID based on an understanding of audience, business strategy, and market. If you’re not a branding designer, creating your own logo is a bit like performing your own dental work!

  5. Really impressive! I wasn’t aware that there were so many logo generators out there. A logo is certainly the most important visual element of any business and or brand so it is something pretty delicate to deal with. I will be trying these out, thanks for sharing this!

  6. A logo is the face of the company. It invites the ideal customer to connect with your company and makes sure they do not forget you. A professional logo design service understands your needs and can easily create a noteworthy face for your business.

  7. A company is much more than a logo. A logo, on the other hand, is one of the most important parts of the brand’s visual identity.

  8. A company is much more than a logo. A logo, on the other hand, is one of the most important parts of the brand’s visual identity.

  9. Thanks for the ideas..! Truly impressive!
    These tools sound great… I’ll definitely check them out!
    I started creating a logo a few weeks ago for a new business venture and I’m having a hard time.

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