Where can I go to have my logo critiqued?

My answer to Where can I go to have my logo critiqued?

Answer by Trevor Carss:

You can head over to an expert platform called Clarity and have someone review your logo (included logo designer as the search here): Clarity — On Demand Business Advice.

You can also check out Fiverr. They offer cheap services.

Or for the less expensive approach, grab customer feedback with a survey.

I like the simple approach to your logo and unique name, it looks like it could work on a variety of media.

I’m not a huge fan of overlays and so many colours, but you seem to have adequately captured it here. To improve, consider identifying a more unique iconic element that really makes the logo stand out, rather than circles and a square.

Is there a story behind the icon? Does it present something meaningful? I am not connecting on an emotional level yet, but you are in the right direction. Consider researching logos of animation studios and comedy clubs to understand any common elements of symbolism.

Do you need an icon? Maybe Animedia as the typography should be the iconic element (think Pixar / Disney). Even a big, unique A has some iconic power.

Hope that helps, just some ideas.

Where can I go to have my logo critiqued?

What kind of products or services do you make for your business?

My answer to What kind of products or services do you make for your business?

Answer by Trevor Carss:

I have a mix of physical products through my eCommerce store and digital products under my brand. I like digital products because I can bring a ton of value from experiences to my fans. I like giving away free knowledge too 🙂 Courses are really fun to build as digital products, you should check out Thinkific if you have knowledge you’d like to teach.

What kind of products or services do you make for your business?

What’s the best way to become rich with no money in pocket?

My answer to What’s the best way to become rich with no money in pocket?

Answer by Trevor Carss:

Create a top-notch eBook and give it away for free in exchange for prospect emails. Hustle to promote on social media. The eBook can be as small as 20 pages as long as it provides tremendous value. You’re trying to build credibility before you can start charging. If you can’t write, grab a ghost writer on Fiverr and ask them to write your idea. Cost is about $60 to do this.

As your email list grows, keep producing quality blog content resources to help people in your niche. Podcasts, how-to’s, long-form articles, webinars and guest posting are all great ideas.

Follow-up with a freemium product, something people can try before they buy the full version. Charge approx. $19-$49 for the full version, depending on how you perceive the value and how others will perceive it. Material can be in the form of online courses, exclusive videos, apps, you name it. You should be producing something of even higher value than your eBook in this instance.

Build a mastery training program or course in your niche and sell that for even more, say $199. Convince your following of the value by communicating how it will solve their problems.

Offer coaching and consulting services. These can range in hourly amounts, depending on your experience at this point. Some people charge $60/hour, others can get away with $5,000/hour. Determine what you think you’re worth and own it.

Get into speaking engagements. This can bring you $1,000-$100,000 for each venue, once again depending on your experience. Start with high schools and universities to build street cred. Publish your speaking events on YouTube – someone might eventually notice you.

With no money in pocket, you have to be in the “give” mindset right now. Give value first, then wealth will come later. If you follow this Sales funnel approach described, where you’re offering free value up front, you will get there. Best of luck.

What’s the best way to become rich with no money in pocket?