Seota Digital Marketing Logo Design Contest

Seota Digital Marketing has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 185 designs from 31 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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BetterCSI
United States

Slogan

performance, not excuses

What We Do

Seota is a digital marketing company that develops world class websites and drives business to our clients.
SEO is our primary tool. We deal with clients who want to drive traffic and business to multiple locations.
Https://seota.com for more detail.

Industry

Internet

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Performance
#2 - People Oriented
#3 - Professional

Our Target Audience:

Audience is business owners and managers at businesses doing
up to $50 million USD in annual revenue.
Buyer is typically male.
Our average client is very successful or on their way to being successful.

Color Preferences

Google colors.
https://www.linkedin.com/company/seota/ to see current logo.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Our current logo is attached.
It is very old and we have gone with a more simple logo our website while we wait on a new design.
We want to have an ICON or Mark that we can use to represent the brand.
SEOTA is SEO and TA (text ads)
pronounced C Oat A
We have been in business 9 years. Competitors come and go.
Looking to communicate our dependability if possible.

Themes

Masculine
Colorful
Luxury

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print
Signs
Clothing

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