Who wouldn’t like to get a custom logo designed especially for his/her blog, business, or brand?
The internet is so crowded with sites that have no name or brand, why you should be one of them? It’s essential to stand out from the crowd with your unique logo design, especially when you realize the importance of branding and uniqueness in today’s market!
Whether you are a wedding photographer or business speaker, you need to stand out from your competitors! When you’re ready to have a custom logo design, there are many options to go with including:
- Finding graphic designers on freelance job boards
- Newer companies offering free logo design in exchange for links or reviews (they’re the ones that contact you via email or through your website contact form).
- Reading logo design tutorials and going the DIY approach (good for those who already have a strong design knowledge).
- Crowdsourcing logo designs through forums.
- Googling logo design and hoping for the best!
- Getting referrals from sites whose logos you like by simply asking!
Probably the most important part of a review of a design company is to see what they do. Here are some of the top, award winning logo designs by LogoBee.
LogoBee is an award winning design company based in Montreal, Canada that has been in the logo designing business for 10 years and has created logos for an unbelievable 10,000+ customers. Their designers work in-house (no outsourcing!) to provide quality service and customer support (which includes live chat). They believe in getting customers great results in a timely fashion – initial samples can be received in two to five business days, depending on the logo design package chosen.
LogoBee has a very detailed pricing page and list of services so you will be able to choose the package that is right for you.
The basic logo design package is currently being offered at a spring sale price of $199 USD (regularly $298), and this includes 6 custom designed logo samples within 5 business days of receiving payment plus 6 revisions (no refunds). The Silver Package (spring sale pricing $279, regularly $389) includes 8 logo samples within 5 business days, unlimited revisions, and a money back guarantee if you’re not fully satisified. If you need a full service job, the best deal is the BundleBee package at $1,199 which includes logo, stationery, business cards, and Word Template design, logo samples within 2 business days, and custom web design (5 pages, 5 royalty free photos, and 5 changes free of charge).
Additional “a la cart” services include web design, flyer & brochure design, stationery, printing, and Word Template letterheads. Payment can be made via credit card or Paypal. Information about their guarantees, refunds, privacy, and legal information can be found in detail on their policies page.
LogoBee has a comprehensive section of testimonials on their site from over 100 satisfied customers with their logo designs included next to each review.
LogoBee has collaborated with several non-profit organizations in order to help them develop their brand through logo design, including offering a yearly design project focused on logo makeovers. Here are some press releases about their non-profit work.
- Pro NFL Player to Unveil Non-Profit Foundation
- LogoBee creates design for Anthony’s Beehive, featured on CNN Money.
- LifeSharers Adopts a New Logo in its Efforts to Promote Organ Donation
- Hope Works Santa Rosa gets new logo design
- Fire Victims Non-Profit Organization Updates its Branding Strategy
Want to see how LogoBee connects to their current and potential customers? Connect with them on the following sites.
LogoBee offers an affiliate program where you can earn $20 per logo design client you send their way. Referrals are tracked with a coupon code (that gives your referrals $20 off their first purchase). Commissions are paid monthly via Paypal.
What are my overall impressions about this company from what I have read and seen?
Their website design is in definite need of an update, as the design looks about 5 – 10 years old, and the content on the homepage alone is overwhelming. Plus I would prefer the simplicity of being able to see designs laid out on the screen as opposed to having to click through galleries with previous and next buttons or flash. I guess you can consider that they put all their focus in customer designs over their own, which can be a good thing. Plus their blog (which I assume is in WordPress) could definitely use some better permalinks, but that is the blogger in me coming out.
I think that they have some great quality logo, as shown above in the samples.
To be honest, I haven’t had much experience in the realm of logo shopping, as, after serveral hit and miss offers by companies who offered free logos in trade for links, I had a friend design mine. But considering the amount of satisfied clients they have in comparison to those complaining about their pricing, it is my assumption that they must do good work for the cost.
What Others say about LogoBee?
Still need more info? Here are some additional sponsored review posts and logo design company review sites.
- Naldz Graphics Review of LogoBee
- John Chow Review of LogoBee
- Blogging Tips Review of LogoBee
- Tyler Cruz Review of LogoBee
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Your Thoughts on LogoBee
Have you tried LogoBee? What are your initial impressions of their quality of service and what would make you give them a go for your design needs?