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I agree, you usually get what you pay for, but with so many outsourcing services available online these days, you can get some good material for very cheap.
I would recommend posing a logo design job on one of the many logo design community servies, where designers bid on your job. A lot of them will give you unlimited revisions and provide quality work. You may get cookie cutter designs but if you give the designer a good idea of your vision, image and branding ideas then it will help them transfer that into a logo that fits. For under $250 you can get a pretty good logo, but if you truly want something unique and bada$$ (branding package, identity, website, fonts, colors, etc) then expect to pay a few thousand.
I guess it all comes down to how serious you are about your business but you can definitely get some good graphics that are affordable.
Logo Design is one type of Web Design work I don't have more idea about it.Thank you for sharing informative post.
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You`ll want to share some ideas about what you like, then have the designer send you some rough designs to choose from. You can then select what you like and have the designer refine the logo.
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Why not use a DIY tool? Here's one that I like and that's free: www.graphicsprings.com.