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LOGO123.com makes logo design contests simple as 1,2,3

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(Fairfax, VA) Business owners seeking a logo for their company have traditionally hired a graphic design firm and spent considerable time and money to arrive at an acceptable logo design. LOGO123 has made the process extremely simple and affordable. By using the power of crowdsourcing, LOGO123 is able to provide businesses with low-cost professional logo design, with dozens of options to choose from, so that customers can get exactly what they want.

LOGO123 simplifies the concept of logo design contests, cutting out all the hidden extra fees and confusing package options. Pricing is straightforward. Customers place an order describing what type of logo they are looking for, and how much they wish to pay for the winning design. From there, LOGO123′s large network of graphic designers gets to work creating samples and mockups. The customer can view many logo concepts before choosing the best ones. After the designs are finalized, the customer is able to select his or her favorite logo from the options presented.

One of the key advantages of the logo design contest is that customers only pay for the artwork that they end up using. No longer is money and time wasted in the pursuit of the perfect logo. The process is as easy as waiting for the logo submissions, and selecting the best ones. The logo contest prize money is awarded to the winning artist. The remaining artists gain valuable experience, and sharpen their design skills during the process.

Pricing for professional logo design has often been shrouded in confusion. Some firms offer flat rates, but the pricing can be unnecessarily high to cover for contingencies and revisions. Other firms may offer low pricing, but attach additional charges for new iterations or revisions. This can result in customers being stuck with a logo they are not enthusiastic about, or forced to pay more than expected to receive a satisfactory design.

LOGO123 has designed a pricing system that is very user friendly, so that the customer will always know how much they are paying for the logo before the work begins. The three different pricing packages offered by LOGO123 are targeted to bring the best results from the design community, at the best possible pricing.

The process is simple: customers simply go to http://www.logo123.com and set up a user account. From there, one of three pricing packages is selected. After a few details are provided about the preferences, colors, and font for the logo, LOGO123 takes care of the rest. Customers can begin viewing submissions right away, ultimately selecting the best logo for their business.

Business owners in search of a high-quality and affordable logo should go to http://www.logo123.com to learn more and get started now.

Company Contact Information:
LOGO123.com
3764 Penderwood Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22033
http://www.logo123.com
Contact Name: Ping
Phone: 408-329-4120
Email: ping@logo123.com

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