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After Half Million Dollar Purchase, Logo.com Now Live

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Logo DesignIn early November of last year, it was announced that Logo.com had been acquired for a half a million dollars by two Internet entrepreneurs. After months of business planning and website development, Logo.com launched softly a couple of weeks ago.

As you would probably expect, Logo.com is a site that sells professionally created logos. In addition to the logo work, the company also has web designers, branding experts, copywriters, illustrators, and other experts who can help companies enhance their presence online.

For those of you that might have web development or logo related domain names, a blog or a site dedicated to small business, their  affiliate program might be of interest to you. I don't have the full details of the program, but I understand the company is currently offering a $50 CPA for every new customer (for a limited time). You can leave your contact information, and the company will be in touch.

Under the leadership of eCommerce industry veteran, Alan Townshend, and Internet entrepreneur, Adam Strong, I → Read More


Logo.com Acquired by Well Known Domain Investor / Entrepreneur

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As you've probably seen already last week, the domain name Logo.com was brokered by Sedo and sold for half a million US dollars to a buyer who has yet to be disclosed. According to an earlier version of the website on Logo.com (which has now changed),

Logo.com will provide graphic design and other services to small businesses and entrepenuers including logo design, website design, stationery design, printing and much more. Our website is launching in Q1 2011. We're looking forward to serving you!

Adam & Alan, Co-Founders of Logo.com

If you're wondering who Adam and Alan are, I can give you some insight. Once the DNS changed to IdealHosting.com, I was able to instantly recognize the buyer, a friend of mine.

Adam is Adam Strong, a well-known and widely respected domain investor who was a co-founder of domain name news website, DNN. Alan is Alan Townsend, who was head of eCommerce at Personal Creations, which was acquired by Provide Commerce, Inc., the parent company of ProFlowers, RedEnvelope, Cherry Moon Farms and Shari's → Read More