A company logo can make a big difference in today's competitive online marketplace, making its design one of the most important jobs a business owner will ever entrust to someone. One website has decided that crowdsourcing will yield the best results, and has introduced an intriguing new concept to business logo design.
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The average price for business logos has been around $250, and other projects to be awarded in the process have included brochures, Web templates and more. Guru's growing design community has shown as much enthusiasm for the idea as its customers have thus far since it gives them a market in which to showcase their talents and earn jobs.
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