Wix will give you easy access and templates to create a business logo. You can craft it to be as simple or as detailed as you would like. Plus, you'll still get the full commercial rights to use the logo you create.
Not everyone is a creative or a graphic designer. Upwork will help you find a grpahic designer, web designer or other creative expert to help you create a business logo that suits your needs.
Thumbtack is another easy platform for finding local or remote creative assistance with your logo and just about any other service your small business might need.
If you can't find who you're looking for on Upwork, it's worth it to explor Fiverr. Fiverr is another online marketplace for freelancers from almost every industry including design. Bonus: a lot of these freelancers are incredibly affordable.
File Conversion Websites
Have a logo, but it's not in the right format? Having someone familiar with your design files provide you with a vector format is the best option, but we know not everyone has an in-house designer. While we do suggest that you are extra cautious, there are plenty of websites that can help you convert your logo into almost any file format you need. For instance, one of our go-to sites is exgif.com for converting web pages to jpeg files.
We get it, trust us, owning and operating a small business can be hard, especially since not everyone is a graphic designer. But the good news is: you're not alone! We've had plenty of small businessess upload logos that consist of:
- A picture of a business card (unforunately, we can't do much with that!)
- A word document with one word on it
- HTML code from a website home page
Your small business is what makes up our business. That's why we want the best for your logos! Have more questions about logos? Checkout our resources below:
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