Thursday, March 9, 2017

My next step

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Before the start of the new year, I vowed 2017 would be the year I focus on my brand and grow my blogging business. Honestly, I've hit a bit of a rut and in the next two to three weeks I will be launching a new website. It'll be called kevinhunsperger.com and will be a one stop shop for my blogging services as well as links to my other projects, like My 1-2-3 Cents and Craftbeericans. 

The monkey and the wrestling blog will remain right here. I just want to differentiate what I do with the wrestling musings and the business of blogging or doing speaking gigs. As I prepare to move forward, though, I need your input. Pictured below are several different fonts I'm looking at as the header for the new website. Let me know which one you like. If it's none of them, let me know that too. Also, someone please tell me, is Kevin Hunsperger: Blogger the right way to present this? Weigh in on the blog or hit me up on social media. Thanks, everyone.

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Option 4

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Option 8


10 comments:

  1. I like 2 or 5. I think they match your logo pick the best.

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  2. This isn't going to help.... I like option 4.

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  3. One thought... what do you think about using 2 fonts? By using to separate fonts (one thick and the other thinner..possibly) it creates contrast and is easy on the eyes. Try your name in Helvetica and Blogger in a creative font. Just a thought.

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    1. ...two separate... I had to fix that.

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  4. Option 4 is my favorite. One thought on the name - "Blogger" is the name of a website that provides Blog hosting services, so you might run into a Trademark issue with them if you use that as part of the name of your business and become successful enough to get on their radar. I know the term also is the generic definition of someone who blogs, so you might have some sort of fair use rights to that term, but I figured it might be something you want to look at before you get too involved. Good luck with the expanded venture.

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