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DESIGNER

theOne
2018-10-09

Hi
Maybe I'm wrong but I spotted at last time that the most sales of logos are sold created in last year or two, mostly running year. Is it algorithm or buyers search for new ones? Thanks



DESIGNER
Ortega Graphics
2018-10-09

Hello,

Yes, currently, of the latest 40 sold logos, only 4 logos are over two years old. But this is fairly consistent with standard statistical analysis; particularly when considering the amazing growth of LogoGround through the last seven years, as shown in this graphic by ajleroux: https://www.logoground.com/img2018/LGstats.jpg

To elaborate a bit further: Of the current total of 46,579 logos, about 10,000 are older than two years; this means that about 36,579 logos were submitted less than two years ago. If you take into consideration that many of those initial 10,000 logos were sold within the first five years, and if you also take into consideration that arguably, the quality of accepted logos have increased over the years, then it is normal and expected that between 80% and 90% of sold logos today are less than two years old.

Hope this helps,

Ortega Graphics



DESIGNER
theOne
2018-10-10

Thanks Ortega Graphics, but now I'm thinking is it better to redesign old logos and upload it again. :/



DESIGNER
Ortega Graphics
2018-10-10

Hello,

It might not be a good idea to redesign old logos and reupload them; unless of course, the redesign brings a significant improvement on the original. Bear in mind that for every reuploaded logo, you will lose the associated logo ranking within the LogoGround algorithm. You will also lose the number of views and number of favorites. As well as any Google page-ranking gained over time. But most importantly, you will lose the original submission date; which is crucial in case of a possible copyright dispute in the future.

The admins might be able to confirm this, but it seems that, all things being equal (ignoring the perceived level of quality), moving a logo to the front of the store will only have a temporary boost in exposure and won't necessarily guarantee a sale; assuming that sales are spread in an almost random way. Once the temporary boost is over, the newly redesigned logo will have to compete with all existing logos from scratch (again, the redesigned logo will lose any previous logo ranking within the LogoGround algorithm along with any page-ranking within the Google search engine).

In any case, all your logos are less than 1½ years old; so you should not worry. Even a designer with logos that are 7 years old should not worry. Every logo has a possibility of a sale; age is irrelevant. Furthermore, the individual needs and preferences of a client determine which logo gets purchased, this means that the perceived level of quality of a logo could also be irrelevant in some cases.

Hope this helps,

Ortega Graphics



DESIGNER
23graphic
2018-10-12

Thanks for the info Ortega Graphics !



DESIGNER
AOD Estudio
2018-10-13

Thanks for the info @Ortega Graphics good date



DESIGNER
Piars Studio
2018-12-18

nice info mate thanks



DESIGNER
Old Boy
2019-06-19

Good explanation Ortega!



DESIGNER
amx
2019-06-19

@Ortega Graphics, is it confirmed???



DESIGNER
Ortega Graphics
2019-06-19

@Amx, that description of a temporary boost in exposure when hypothetically recycling (delete/resubmit cycle) an old logo to page 1 of the newest-logo-first store (logos.php?ob=datehigh) was an educated guess (based on casual observation and sporadic analysis).

@Ajleroux, can you please confirm this?

Thank you,

Ortega Graphics



DESIGNER
aleksandr orlov
2019-06-21

@Ortega Graphics , thx!



ADMIN
ajleroux
2019-06-21

Ortega Graphics, confirmed. There is a small, temporary benefit when you improve and re-upload an old logo, but this is probably outweighed by the lost ranking (here on LG and in search engines) and by the newer publication date.

As a general rule, redesign and re-upload logos only if you are certain that you can significantly improve the quality of the design itself - for example if you spot an error on the design.



DESIGNER
Dovs
2019-08-05

Hi, Andre and LogoGround

I have a project from June, because the client is so busy that he doesn't have time to review the logo, the client sent me an email about the design revision 2 weeks ago and the client likes but he hasn't told me to upload the final design.


in my last conversation with a client he said like this "i hope they paid you from logoground when i paid"
and he apologized to me for responding to the project for a rather long time

I replied to the e-mail but until now the last e-mail I sent to the client has not been replied

I want to ask
can I send the final design and get paid this month?



regards

Diafandy


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