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Keystrokes By Kimberly is a synergy lifestyle blog which focuses on how to live a positive lifestyle. We cover every aspect of living a positive life from health, events, wealth, happiness, entertainment, travel and then some. www.KeystrokesByKimberly.com.

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  1. My logo can be found at the top of my website – http://alaiawilliams.com
    It’s simple and clean, but shows a bit of action. I plan to write more about travel – as I move across the country hosting events for women business owners. So I think the logo captures the idea of action/movement/travel without being complicated or having to create an icon.

    1. STOP THE PRESS ~ Your logo is truly representing you. I love it. Even the swooosh represents travel in my eyes. If you would like to travel more I have a travel agency and would love to have attend some site visits with me. Let’s talk soon.

          1. I am using one of the WordPress themes. I asked a friend who does webdesign to design a logo for me. Whenever we insert the logo where it should go it decreases the size and everything is smaller. THat is why I only have my name on the top.

  2. I have a few logos. The header of my blog being the Downtown area of Los Angeles, and another which is a snow angel. They both symbolize my blog “Minnesota Girl in LA.” I want people to remember the Minnesota when they think of me and my blog.

  3. I already have a logo created. I changed it already when I transferred over to WordPress. I’m not changing it again. ๐Ÿ™‚ Great points that you put in your post about logos.

    1. Yes, let’s get you a new logo. The current one is not representing you or your brand. My vision for your logo should include a picture of you because your title involves you. Perhaps something in an L shape with your picture inside and the words Family | Food | Fun below.

  4. My logo (as such) is on the header of my blog and in my blog button on the side bar: http://thecanadianhomeschooler.com/

    I chose to use a maple leaf to represent Canada, and some handwriting font to make it more of a “personal” thing – like I’m writing them a letter or something. Would love to hear your feedback. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Hi Lisa ~ I like it. Good concept. I would suggest adding another color to it so it will pop on letterhead,business cars etc… so that when it is present alone it still stands out. Some additional colors to consider are Tiffany Blue or a Bold Golden Yellow or nice Burnt Orange. Please let me know if you have questions.

    1. Honestly you have a header versus a logo. Try to get a logo made with the person. You are right the lady is in a lot of places however WE like it! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I would jazz up the header to make a logo. Make writing a little bigger. Have more items present like pens, coffee a phone etc…

  5. I honestly have no idea where to start for a logo. None. Signed, logoless.

    I do have a blog button which shows my cat laying on her face. I have a tagline which really sums me up in life, in my writing (hoping to be published at some point), etc. Tagline: “sometimes quirky, sometimes serious, always real.” Stumped on a logo.

  6. My logo is on the header of my blog, http://www.mothercrafterdiy.com. I also have a button on the side bar, because I am building my brand recognition to be the dove (my daughter’s name is Paloma and I started the blog after having her). I might change the button at some point if this is too abstract, maybe by adding text to it. Thanks for another great mini-challenge!

  7. I am NOT in love with my “logo” – it’s ok, but you’re so right, your logo should really define you better. Mine is at the top of http://sunshineandsippycups.com. But really – I think that my Facebook profile pic is almost more of my logo – http://facebook.com/meaganpaullin. I use that on my blog About Me, across all of my social media, etc. And every time I meet other bloggers at a conference, they actually recognize me based off of that pic. So – I’m in the process of finding something totally new for mine – love your advice!

  8. I wanted to convey travel, food and an upbeat mood so I incorporated the road, a dinner plate setting and an implied sun in this logo. I may tweak colors a bit, but this is my initial logo design.

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