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martinjamez says

Use them for your next item. You could include them as a freebie in your next flyer design for example.

I usually rework my files until they could accepted. But if You are told that there are too many of the same kind already, there is not much you can do about that … Just use it for another item.

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even though they saying lots of similar logos are in the market place, still they accept similar logos, anyway im not going to design another one to upload on graphicriver. :)

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dekurvajo says

I realize that, the logo section is not a good business anymore. You might spend 1 whole day to get the idea, design, finalize the logo then preview, upload. And just look at the sales of that section, and think about.

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chrisatlemon says

I don’t think it ever has been good business since 99.9% make a maximum of one sale … and then there are authors/companies who upload hundreds.

But that’s a different topic… :)

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VF says

I have a bunch of logos which been rejected from graphicriver, i share other items as freebies which got rejected, but is there any way to make those logos useful?

I thought the logo section on GraphicRiver started with the aim of utilizing rejected ones (by author’s client) that resides on hard-disks and waiting for extra exposure and benefit. I don’t see it is worthy to try unique logos targeting stock sales. If a logo rejected even as a stock item, theoretically it doesn’t even deserves to occupy a hard-disk space! :D Just my bizarre theory!

And +1 with dekurvajo’s point. Stock items supposed to target multiple sales and utilization which is not the case with logos. As of now the logo category unnecessarily occupies other dynamic and precious category file’s space on home page.

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martinjamez says

the strange thing is some guys submit freebies & those logos get accepted and logos which we created get rejected always, this is not just my experience, one guy told me once his 12 logos got rejected on the same day.

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dekurvajo says

As VF said:

“Stock items supposed to target multiple sales and utilization which is not the case with logos”

Thats the point. When the logo is really good, it’s just impossible to apply for an another brand, or company. When a client pay for the logo, that’s exactly the lion’s part, the value and not the design itself. For example. As an Art director i might say, i’ll give the logo to an another designer because i know exactly his style is totally different than mine, but the concept is mine, just i need an another kind of execution. But in my opinion, if you just remove the name beside the symbol and put an another word over there and it works, well… thats exactly shows that logo was never good enough. Unfortunately in these days less and less company understand this importance. Even tough they comes and show a lot of professional example. I want like this or this. And i can not explain them well, those companies exactly made their logo in the opposite way. Becuase they said: Those are good logos, but i want something totally different, something which is totally fits to me, and shows me, and nobody else could use it because it’s works only with me.

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Atzar says

Just Generally any stuff that gets rejected I just chuck on Gumroad for a $2 or $3, then share the link on fbook. :)

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Atzar says

Just Generally any stuff that gets rejected I just chuck on Gumroad for a $2 or $3, then share the link on fbook. :)

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martinjamez says

Just Generally any stuff that gets rejected I just chuck on Gumroad for a $2 or $3, then share the link on fbook. :)
thats a good option

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