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rumr has it! October 14, 2015

When it comes to logo creation, is simpler really better?

Sometimes switching from a serif to a sans serif font removes the “spark“ from a company’s logo, a key example being the Dippity-do logo and packaging. Logo changes have been happening ever since logos started, but we now seem to be evolving to a sans serif style where NO ONE stands out anymore.

When everyone’s logo starts looking the same, different can be a good thing! Besides, your logo is meant to be a representation of who you are and what you represent, not just what the cool kids are doing…

Source: Medium learn more

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The Ivy Tavern
The Ivy Tavern has the feel of an old-style pub, with dark wood paneling adorned with wild game heads, books and vintage-looking art. And be sure to try their signature cocktail, the “Poison Ivy:” a 16-ounce frozen top-shelf margarita. Feel like enjoying a drink outside? The spacious back patio, which also has a bar, is lined with tables, chairs and games like Jenga and Cornhole.

How many visitors is enough for your website?

Website traffic This is a frequent question asked frequently when you are just beginning a SEO campaign. The answer? Visitor growth is the best hard-and-fast metric but when it comes to how many unique visitors is “enough,” the answer isn’t so straightforward and is determined by a multitude of different factors.

Just like anything worthwhile, it takes time to establish what’s right for your industry, niche and business…
Source: Experience: Brick Marketing learn more

Mercedes-Benz made uncrashable toy cars to show off its safety tech

No consumer is ever too young to start fostering brand loyalty. So to help promote the anti-collision technology in its vehicles, and to seed the next-generation of owners, Mercedes-Benz created a couple of nifty toy cars that were impossible for kids to crash into each other.

I would be more than interested to having a full-size version of these cars, Mercedes or otherwise…
Source: Toyland | Gizmodo view video

Meet the man who bought for $12

A graduate student named Sanmay Ved bought the domain for $12 after noticing it had accidentally been listed for sale. Google canceled the sale moments later and rewarded Ved for finding the error but not before he started getting messages intended for their internal web administration team.

This guy sounds WAY more philanthropic than I would have been with this type of “happy accident”…
Source: BBC News learn more

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