As a former logo designer, I highly recommend Fiverr.com if you are looking to get a quick and cheap logo created for your small business. But that recommendation is only for a select few types of business in certain situations. What are those businesses? And how can you determine if a Fiverr logo design if right for you?
I'll answer those questions and more in this article about Fiverr logo design services.
Fiverr.com logos are great for startup businesses, side gigs, and side hustles. Most businesses in this phase are in need of a starter logo to look legitimate, but don't want to invest a ton of money on a custom logo quite yet.
If you are building a side hustle to bring in extra income, and it's not something you plan to grow into a serious life-long business, then a cheap logo design will be all you need for you business journey. In this case, a cheap logo will make you look professional and not break your bank before you start making a profit.
If you are a startup who plans to grow into something bigger one day, you can definitely use a cheap logo to get your business started. But make plans to eventually move on to a more custom logo design in the future.
That's because cheap logos are typically made from templated designs that are customized to display your business name and color scheme. That's how designers on the platform are able to make cheap and fast logo designs.
So that means there's no thought or research done into creating a design that is optimized to attract your target market, set you apart from your competition and look good on web and print materials. There's a lot more thought and technique that is put into creating a custom logo design as opposed to a semi-custom logo.
Every business that want's to look professional, trustworthy, and reliable needs a logo. If you can't afford a fully custom designed logo, then a semi-custom logo is the next best thing.
Cheap logos from gig sites like Fiverr allow you to get something that's semi-custom for half the price of a professionally designed logo.
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