I’ve been blogging since the middle of 2005. Yet I didn’t have a logo for this site until just a couple months ago. A funny thing happened once I settled on a logo. People started to notice me and this site in different ways. For example, after my friends at DogWalkBlog sent me some stickers of their logo, I mentioned how much I liked the stickers on Twitter. They responded that StickerGiant deserved the credit and then StickerGiant reached out to me. They asked if I wanted some free stickers in exchange for helping them get the word out about their quality product. I’d already seen the quality of the DogWalkBlog stickers so it was an easy answer for me.
A word about StickerGiant
StickerGiant is celebrating 12 years in business and wants to spread the love by giving two of my lucky readers $200 in free custom stickers. If you haven’t heard of StickerGiant, they have high-quality stickers and make your artwork print ready for free. They also respond quickly with both communication and service. Take a look at the image of my MacBook above to see the stickers they did for me (there is also a DogWalkBlog sticker on my MacBook).
When I went through the logo design process with LogoMojo (affiliate link) I remembered one of their questions was how I planned to utilize the logo. I asked for a logo that would work equally well online (see the header of this page), print (see the picture above), and embroidered on shirts. If you don’t yet have a logo, head over to LogoMojo to see if they might be the right choice to build one for you. Either way, now is the time to enter the contest for FREE stickers!
To Enter: Just comment on this post and perhaps describe your sticker needs. Two random winners will win a $200 custom sticker printing job from StickerGiant.
Contest ends: September 20, 2011, at 5 p.m. CST. That gives you two weeks, but leave your comment now because we both know you won’t remember to come back later.
Also, this is one last reminder to please take a few minutes to check out StickerGiant. They have been kind enough to provide $400 in free stickers to readers of this blog.