19th Sep 2013
What makes brand worth remembering? Well, there might be many factors but, the most immediate thing that comes to our mind is its logo and the way it is promoted to make people remembering it. Branding a logo in most creative fashion has become the reason of existence for today’s marketers and brand managers.
Feeling very delighted and contented with your logo, you might think that you are among the most best serving entity on earth, but, at the spot you came to know your rival is coming out with something more interesting and innovate, just pouring out a splash onto your dream. That’s why smart marketers never stop,they keep on moving towards probing out most competitive strategies and customer touch points that their adversaries can’t even think so.Your logo designing and online promotion could be most helpful in this case.
This blog post aims to tell you some interesting facts regarding Text versus Abstract logo designing and which one would be suitable for your entity. Let’s check out:-
What logo do your brands have?
There could be different ways to present your brand name in front of your audience depending upon you that how much spice are you going to add in. Those marketers who want to make themselves easily recall back, instantly acknowledge, lil descriptive and let their audience free of any sort of perplexities,are increasingly making use of text logos, that are completely brand name- centric and let the customer free of any sort of memorization, as they can spontaneously recognize it. Most prominently, PepsiCo, HP, Starbucks, who don’t know these giants!
Logos could be silent too
On the contrary, there also exists one silent form of logo that are abstract logos, requiring no words, no impressions and just playing around catchy symbols with amazing colors. They are best chose by those marketers or brands who want to remain curious and want to create a hype for their products and then, suddenly bringing out a big blast as, they are most imaginative, easy to interpretate, most classy and greatly differs from each other.
Hmm, so now what would you be choosing for your logo? Get help in your decision making via our blog.