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Logo Design

Where can I find someone to create a logo for my company for cheap and also make sure they won't have any trademark rights to it if they create it.

Thanks

Doug

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Hi Doug,

Cheap is of course a very relative term, but right off the bat I thought of Fiverr. There you can find freelance creators for different budget levels. Mileage will vary but there's plenty of competent art people around, especially in the current economy. Read their reviews, look at past work and take your pick. Just make sure to write a good brief as that will play a big role in getting the result you want!

https://www.fiverr.com/

Regarding rights they say: "On the Fiverr platform, buyers are granted all rights for the delivered work, unless otherwise specified by the seller on their Gig page."

Another similar service seems to be UpWork, but seems to be more hire by the hour. Have not used that myself but seems very professionally managed.

Good luck! Jacob

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Jacob Hager,

You have posted a link to a profit making web site.

Please note the following quote from the Code of Conduct at the bottom right of this page:

"As a participant in the MicroMentor community, I agree to not promote goods or services from sources in which I have a financial or personal interest not accept fees or commissions"

Your posting has been reported and will be removed. If this type of posting continues, site management will remove you as well.

Please do not post obvious links to paid concerns in support of your replies. They will be reported. The policy is intended to keep Micro Mentor from becoming a spam exchange of self promotion and advertising, whether it is yours or others.

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Kenneth,

I agree with your overall intent and goal, but I think you're mistaken here.

  1. I have myself zero financial or personal interest in either of the two services I referenced, and do not appreciate the suggestion that I would have violated any code.
  2. We appear to have a different view on spam. Someone asking for a particular service being referred to just such a service is in my mind the opposite of spam, that is helpful information. The initial request was not for a free service.
  3. Based on your interpretation this site may just as well block all outbound links at all because short of Wikipedia the amount of useful non-profit web resources are few and far between.

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Jacob,

I appreciate your answer and believe your intent was not to violate any terms of the agreement. Your answer was valuable I went to the website you suggested and got 4 freelancers to work on my logo for under $50 so I can have a few options. Mentors like yourself are why I joined this forum.

Thanks

Doug

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Jacob and Doug,

Micro Mentor Customer Support is the authority on whether or not content reported by users as spam remains on this site. I have discussed this in detail with the management there and fully subscribe to their decisions.

Since the new version of this site was rolled out last year, it has had a very large volume of spammers due to the dynamic reach it has now attained.

As an 11 year member, I take a literal view of the rules here in an effort to promote dynamic, useful, non-profit and free exchanges assisting small business.

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Cathleen,

I suggest you submit a clarification request to customer support at the bottom of the page for feedback on the policy.

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