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    How to optimize you logo?

    Logo represents your brand identity therefore you should give great amount of time and thought when designing and implementing your logo.

    Logo can be either abstract form or symbolic form.
    Design your logo using modern multicolor.
    Compress the image format using a good compressor.
    For png image format use
    1. PNGOptimizer
    2. OptiPNG
    3. PNGCrush
    for JPG
    use jpegtran

    Do not embed you logo as background image.
    Use html img tag to include logo to your website.
    Give it a proper name i.e your-company-name, write an appropriate Alt tag.

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    To optimize your logo, you'll need two things: a copy of a .JPG version of your logo and image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop.
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    Web sites and PowerPoint presentations work most efficiently with optimized images. To optimize your logo, you'll need a copy of a .JPG version of your logo and image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamsen View Post
    image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop.
    GIMP is better and free
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    Yeah nice posting buddy. Thanks
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    Hey ! Always use JPG and PNG images file type ..... because it supported every documents ...

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    thanks guys informative post here

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    Hey Always use Adobe photo sho and then optimize you logo and then add it on which place you want ...

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    beside optimizing the quality, give it a proper name, add alt tags, title tags so in this way google can read your logo. if my knowledge are good, google cant index the image unless it has a name, alt, title tags.

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    A logo is the symbol of your organization's brand. That’s a good reason to focus while planning a logo design. The logo is better to build in JPG or PNG format. And it’s necessary to use adobe dreamweaver or photoshop with the help of various color, shape, font and graphic combination because it will help in creating a striking and attractive logo design which create brand awareness.

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    Nice post - I'm trying to decide if my logo needs an update this year.

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    Image optimization is about reducing the file size of your images as much as possible without sacrificing quality so that your page load times remain low. It's also about image SEO. That is, getting your product images and decorative images to rank on Google and other image search engines

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    Depending on the context of the brand, there are various ways to optimize its identity design.
    Keep It Simple with a Monogram
    Introduce a Vertical Stack
    Simplify the Details and Colors

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