Logos Aren’t Important, Are They?

Everywhere, we can see visual representation and images we commonly know as a logo. Originally from the Greek word logos meaning the ‘word,’ logos are usually words or symbols that reflect the heart of a company. And by that we mean, its purpose, people, and values. One might consider logo as mere letters or images, but the meaning behind every logo is surprisingly profound in many cases.

Why is a Logo important in the business?

The logo does not come out naturally as one likes it to be. The logo serves as your business iconic identity not just in the realm of design but in the general business sense, especially in marketing. It serves as your company’s ambassador in a way.

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In a split of a glance, a well-thought logo could portray your business values and vision to other businesses and consumers while a logo created without careful thought can easily pull your business down.

Important things to keep in mind when making a logo.

In the business world, business monopoly is becoming more and more difficult to do. This puts the idea of making a logo for a business quiet even more important and powerful. As much as you want to have the best visual representation of your business, it might somehow appear to be quiet similar to other existing businesses which is a big risk in marketing.

This issue is common especially on well-known brands which result in “trademark dilution”. In rare cases, people could end up behind bars for trademark infringement.  Whether some commit such mistake out of pure innocence or do it on purpose to lure customers, trademark infringement is a serious crime that will lead you and your business in jeopardy.

Making and protecting your logo.

Deciding a logo for your business should be well thought. It must be something that speaks more than just being a unique and catchy image; it is a visual representation that plays inside the viewer’s mind and generates curiosity and portrayal of your business in the society. Apart from this, a careful consideration that your logo is an effective icon for your business and free from legal cases is necessary. Images or symbols that do not directly or specifically link to your business should be rejected or at least reviewed over and over again.

To help you protect your logo as well, it is very important to have it patented in the Patent and Trademark Office. Here, you will be confident that your logo is unique and protected from business freebooters and counterfeiters. It will help you think of a better representation of your business. It might result in additional processing costs but the rewards are priceless.

Having a logo for your business is not easy. Just like how one is assessed through your signature, the logo serves as the company’s signature. A simple mistake or misuse can drag the entire name down. A logo is not just an image but more of a mark of your existence that could turn your business upside down if not given careful thought and attention.

If needed, you can outsource such critical task to companies offering such services. Outsourcing is not only limited to backend processes such as what we excellently with Redfynn Technologies for our online payment processing but even in sales and marketing. All it takes is an ounce of patience and a drop of humility to recognize such need.

Steven