"If you’ve always wondered what kind of logo best suits your brand, fret no more.
New York-based has come up with an infographic helping you to determine which logo type is right for you.
From letter and brand mark, to emblem and wordmark, or maybe a combination of them all, check out the handy flowchart to see which of the five categories of logo type is a better fit for your brand."
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Found at: http://designtaxi.com/news/370215/Infographic-What-Type-Of-Logo-Is-Right-For-You/
"Social media is often the last thing on the to-do list for most startups – there’s always seemingly something more important that takes priority (raising capital, getting clients and tweaking products/services) and it usually gets pushed to the bottom of the slush pile.
But social media is just as important, if not more, than any of those things. It is – or should be – a critical part of your overall brand. A solid social media footprint might just be enough to convince investors to throw in another round of financing – or attract the attention of clients and vendors that you never even thought of.
Startups live AND die by social media – it’s where and how they build their brand. A killer social media strategy isn’t a want; it’s a must-have, particularly if you want to differentiate your startup from the competition.
So before you go on social media aimlessly, keep these five tips in mind:
1. Develop a clear strategy. If your “strategy” consists of throwing a page up on Facebook or Twitter and just hoping you’ll get a million followers with sheer luck, think again. You need a plan – a real one, with timelines, milestones, goals and benchmarks."
An effective social media strategy should help you to:
> Identify your audience.
> Solidify your goals.
> Determine your social media brand.
> Pick your medium.
Read complete article on : http://pakwired.com/5-social-media-tips-every-startup-know/
Illustration by Chi Birmingham/businessweek
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As a blogger, finding the right words can make all the difference.
And today, with more than 152 million blogs on the Internet, that difference can determine your success.
While every blog post won’t be a home run, you will get better with each word you write. And you can get better by adding these 6 powerful elements to each of your posts.
1. Include engaging graphics
2. Use a clean design and layout
3. Have a unique voice
4. Connect with social media
5. Use a call to action
6. Go against the grain
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