Choosing a logo can be a tough thing, but there is a RIGHT WAY and a WRONG WAY to get feedback on it.
f you’ve been in any Facebook groups for more than 30 days, you’ve most likely seen at least one person ask “Which logo do you like better?”
and you might think to yourself, oh yeah that one on the right looks better. I’ve been guilty of this myself in the past.
The thing is, 90% of the time the people who are asking which logo we like better aren’t selling products that we care about. In fact, most times these people have business ideas or product ideas that are flat out terrible.
Yet we feel its okay to let them know which logo we like better because as humans we want to be liked.
I know, this seems a little harsh but hear me out for a second.
Instead of asking a random group who isn’t going to be the people buying your product or service about your logo… you should ask the people who will be buying it!
Hmm, I guess that doesn’t seem as harsh as I originally thought.
Basically, you can set up a simple Facebook ad campaign for $20-$25 and target your specific audience that you’ll be selling to. Get feedback from the audience who will be buying your product.
They are the people who will be seeing it and using it. Why not ask them?
You can even throw in a 10% off discount code for the people who voted. You know, to build up your email list and get people pulling out their credit cards to buy the product!
Does that seem easy enough? Then the next time you see someone asking in a group, share this advice with them.