Making a domain name easy to view aesthetically may make all the difference. When done properly, it aids a prospective purchaser in visualising their concept, brand, product, or service and allows them to fully appreciate the potential of your domain name. Where can I get great logos developed for my domain names? is a question we’ve been asked repeatedly ever since we made it possible to submit logos to your Efty For-Sale landing pages and, more recently, your marketplace.
Without further ado, here are 5 methods you may get professional-looking, reasonably priced logos created for your domain names:
1 Do it yourself (for nothing)
Although it may seem the most obvious of the five, few of us have the creativity or talents necessary to create attractive logos. However, there is only one perfect instrument available for individuals who possess (or believe they possess) that creative spark. For good reason, Adobe Illustrator continues to be the industry standard in graphic design software. It has a lot of powerful capabilities that offer you total control over your logo design. For individuals who dislike paying, GIMP, Affinity Designer, and Inkscape are some free substitutes.
2 – Free logo design tools
There are several desktop and web-based software programmes available that let you design logos independently without having to learn intricate graphic design programmes like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop. Designapp.io is my go-to web-based logo builder. It takes around 5 minutes to make very good-looking logos, like the ones I produced for StartTalent.com, MovingUp.com, or ResumeHero.com, assuming you figure out how it works. And best of all, it is totally free. Visit Logomakr.com to access a very comparable free online logo builder. There are also a few desktop logo creators you can download, such Laughinbird and Summitsoft, although they are not cost-free, and the logos made using these programmes frequently resemble I’m reminded of outdated PowerPoint slides from the 1990s.
Gig economy: third (cheap)
Simply hire someone else to produce your logos if you lack the creativity or time to do so. There are several online marketplaces where you may get custom logo designs for as little as $5. Fiverr is the most well-known of them. This man, who assisted me in creating the logos for JetInsider.com and Celebsy.com, is my favourite designer there. There are many more fantastic designers there. Just be sure to pick one with a lot of favourable feedback. Upwork and Freelancer.com are websites like Fiverr.com.
4 – NamePros (cheap)
Yes, visit the developers and designers for hire or the design contest forums on NamePros.com to connect with the professional and creative community there. All of Daniel Levi’s logos from ShiningStar.com were created by NamePros, and they’re fantastic.
5 – Go Pro (opulent) Are you seeking for a top-
notch logo design and have some money to spend? Think of conducting a 99designs competition. At 99designs, there is a really creative community of designers, and we have had tremendous success working with them on a number of Efty projects. I have personally utilised them to get a new logo done for my blog, DNgeek. My recommendation is to enter a contest with a $250 minimum budget for a logo. utilise them only as a logo for your online store or your top domain names. Not a fan of organising contests? Think about collaborating with the incredibly skilled Andrius from 7gone. He created the logo for my online store NameRockstar, and I heartily endorse him.
Do you have any further advice or logo concepts you’d like to share? Comment below and let us know!