What is a startup logo?
The internet is full of jargon and jargon-laden tutorials.
Here are a few to get you started.1.
What is the name of the company?
If it’s a company, that’s probably because the company’s logo is a link to the company name.
If it doesn’t have a logo, it’s probably a link pointing to the website.2.
Is the company based in the U.S.?
If so, its probably based in San Francisco, which is the site of Google’s headquarters.3.
Does the company have a website?
The best place to start with a website is to try and get a Google search on the company.4.
Is it owned by a company?
That might be a good clue.
A company can be owned by many different entities, so if you don’t know who owns the company, just look for the name.5.
Is there a logo on the site?
It’s probably best to start looking at a logo that you don´t know.
For example, look for logos that have “Google” in the title, “Google Plus” or the logo for a product you are trying to advertise.6.
Does it have a landing page?
The first step to finding out what kind of website your startup is building is to look at the landing page.
Look for a logo with “google” or “google plus” in its title, or use a generic Google search result page like “google.”7.
Is this a company-owned domain?
That means it has a URL, or a URL that starts with Google or Google Plus.
It might not be clear whether the domain is a company or an individual, but if it is, it probably is.8.
Is that company registered in the Philippines?
The Philippines has some of the strictest trademarks in the world, so it might be best to try to find the name and/or the company in the country, especially if you are using an English domain name.9.
Does this company have links to other websites?
If not, it might just be a link that points to a Google result.10.
Does that company have an email address?
That can be a clue, too.
Look at the email address or phone number of the contact who made the contact.11.
Does Google’s logo include the word “Google”?
The logo on a website may or may not contain the word Google.
It’s best to look for a URL with the word, or in some cases, a Google Plus result.12.
Does any of the following appear on the landing pages of the website?
This is a great place to look if the logo contains any of these things: a.
Google Plus results b.
Google results c.
Google’s company name d.
Google+ results e.
Google Search results13.
Does anyone in the company appear on any of those landing pages?
If so… that means someone has been working on the logo, so maybe someone is already working on that logo.14.
Does someone who has worked on the project come from that company?
You should probably check this out.
The name of this person is usually listed as a contact or someone in the logo.15.
Is a company owned by another company?
A company may not have a parent or subsidiary.
If they do, you probably should check with that company and see if they have any connections with the company that made the logo or the company who owns it.16.
Does there appear to be a logo or a logo and a Google logo on some of these landing pages and/ or a company name?
Google has a rule that says logos and company names must appear on a landing and on the homepage of any website.
So, if there are links to any of them, those should be the only ones you should be looking for.17.
Is Google using the logo in a Google+ campaign?
That is a good time to check whether or not they are.
Google may or not be using the Google+ logo in their own marketing campaign, so check if they are using it in any of their promotional or advertising material.18.
Is anyone else using the same logo?
Check if they’re using it for something else or are just sharing it.
If so: the name might be confusing, but Google will probably figure it out.19.
Does a logo include a “google.com” domain name?
That’s usually a good place to check if a company is using the “googleplus.com.”
If you see the domain name “google,” check whether that’s a GooglePlus domain name or a regular domain name for your company.20.
Is “google+” spelled differently in different countries?
Some languages have different spellings for the same word, so make sure you check what’s spelled correctly.21.
Are there any images on the website that point to the logo?
That could be a tip of the hat to your website