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7 Tips for Getting Your Business Organized

Organization can improve your business’s productivity, sales, and work environment without doubt. Lack of organization can slow down or weaken your sales and the moral of the company. It may be hard to get started initially, but give yourself a few weeks to get focused, make a plan and act upon that plan. To help […]

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Using White Space Properly

Let’s do a quick experiment. In which of the following examples is the name “John Smith” more apparent? John Smith or: Example Enterprises Senior VP of Sales John Smith To Contact Email, Fax, Call Cell Phone The first one, right? That’s due to the beauty of white space. White space is basically the blank part […]

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Designing a Logo for All Media

Different Surfaces, Different Uses, Different Devices, Same Logo Fax Machines. People have been predicting the end of the fax machine for years. But, it just doesn’t seem to be going away. Most older fax machines (and most fax machines around are older; who buys a new fax machine these days?) only print in black & […]

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5 Types of Logos – Choosing the Best Logo Design for Your Business

There are many different types of logos, so how to choose? Below, we’ve compiled a small list of different logo design styles to help you make your decision. Once you’ve decided on which logo is right for you, head on over to our logo maker to start the logo-creating process. Wordmark. This type of logo […]

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Establishing Your Brand

The main purpose of having a logo is to establish a brand for your business. A strong brand is what will propel your business to the next level. Your logo is the face of your company and should be a reflection of who you are as a person and as the business owner. During the […]

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5 Things to Avoid in Logo Design

Don’t make the silly mistakes. We tell you so much about how to design the perfect logo for your business. But, we seem to skim over a few things not to do. What you put into your design is just as important as what you don’t. A logo can be compromised if you fail to […]

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3 Easy Customer Appreciation Tips

As a little experiment, think about how far your business has come in the last twelve months. Your business’s growth comes from all of your supportive customers and partners, and your dedicated employees. They deserve a thank you! Showing your customers your appreciation is easy. Sure, it may cost a little extra for you right […]

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Using Mise-En-Place to Run Your Business

The French culinary technique of mise-en-place, or literally “put in place,” is taught in kitchens and culinary schools around the world as a way for chefs to keep quality and efficiency at its highest. Students learn to focus their minds only on what they need at that moment and to remove distractions from their workstations. […]

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Where to Wear Your Custom Polos

See your brand in a whole new way with custom embroidered polos. With polos, it’s not just your logo printed on some cloth in some bright-colored ink. Your logo is threaded meticulously and reviewed thoroughly to make sure it’s perfect. Once you have custom polos, though, what to do next? Here’s five places where you […]

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6 Questions to Ask While Creating a Logo

Designing a logo can be a tough task, we know that better than anyone. Logos incorporate everything your business is and aspires to be. Before diving in and building your brand into something that it’s not, here are six questions to ask yourself while creating a logo. What emotions does the logo evoke? Logos need […]

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