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To date I have found that Brandstack provides the highest value logo, fair prices and royalties to the designers. 99designs' Logo Store has been on sale for a while, but I lack service so I was never bothered to be there. And then there are the 'logo templates' from Graphicriver.

The logo was released to the general public only a few short months ago and looks highly attractive despite the limitations of logo licencing. There is only a $29 lump sum fee for the standard licence for the stick logo and no exclusive rights (a logo can be purchased several different customers). In order to test the waters, I grudgingly put 4 of my logo's up for sales in the first few days after the opening.

Surprisingly some of them were quickly selling and a fortnight later I have 5 potential customers who contact me and ask me to buy our logo for them. So I rejected 3 (because the logo they wanted had already been at least once bought by others), approved 1 (removed the logo they wanted from the graphic designer's plaza and resold it solely to him), and the other ended up as a full customized logo order.

We now have 9 logo artwork files, have 15 of them sold and have received 3 customer specific logo designs from potential customers who contact us through our Graphic Designer profiles page. The graphic driver is profitable. Think of it as a logo portrait storefront, your website will receive an increase in visitor numbers significantly.

It is better to use your own website to resell the logo. How long will the Logo Style exclusively be available? Take a look at our royalty-free work with Graphicriver:

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