John Chow dot Com LogoMyWay Design Contest

One of my new advertisers, LogoMyWay, asked me to check out their design service. Logomyway helps businesses connect with thousands of talented designers all over the world to help get the perfect logo. I figure the best way to test them out is to hold a design contest of my own.

Win $200 For Creating Me a Logo

I started the contest last night and already I’ve received six entries. LogoMyWay tells me that I should receive 250 to 300 entries before the contest is over. That’s a damn good return for a $200 investment. If you would like to enter my logo design contest, you can do so here.

In addition to making $200 cash, the winning entry will have their logo featured on this blog. That could bring you more design work. I’ll also be using the logo for my business stationary and T-shirts.

If you’re looking for a new logo, then LogoMyWay is a pretty great way to get it. Instead of employing one designer, you’re employing dozens of them. Creativity really flows when there is competition. The video below shows how easy it is to start a design contest. Give them a try.

John Chow dot Com LogoMyWay Design Contest

59 thoughts on “John Chow dot Com LogoMyWay Design Contest”

  1. diligent says:

    Thats a nice contest
    i am entering soon.
    how winner decided?

    1. John Chow says:

      The winner is decided by me.

      1. Melody says:

        hmmm..I think I just may enter..

        The entries so far are… fact, that’s what you usually find with sites like these such as 99designs..but I shall dig in my basket of ideas and see what I can come up with..


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        1. my safe bet is to put money on your logo….cant wait to see it.

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          1. Pheak Tol says:

            I’m with you on this as well Aman

        2. Hi Melody,

          I guess you have a huge chance to win this design contest, since you won already the Playboy contest. I would love to see your logo.

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      2. What happens if you don’t like any of the designs? Do you just have to pick one and pay your $200?

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  2. Think I heard of them on ShoeMoney blog, izzit… ah I forgot, reading too many people’s blog… anyway, the way LogoMyway works is really unique, I mean it just bring designer to a new level to market their skills on the Internet Arena !

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  3. Sorry we didn’t get to you in time. LogoMyWay looks like a great site.

    Our site launches this Thursday and we have some unique benefits for designers who want to participate.

  4. Farai says:

    Sounds cool, i will try them for my logo design needs.

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  5. JC, NONE of them are as good as what you currently have im afraid to say. Guess there is still time

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  6. Caden Grant says:

    Looks cool. I would do it but I’m not the best logo designer =/

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  7. Benjamin Cip says:

    I want to enter the contest, what is the date limit ?

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    1. Melody says:

      It says when the contest ends at the link near the far you got 12 days left..

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  8. Benjamin Cip says:

    Oops I forgot to ask you one more thing. Is it possible to design more than one logo? I have some ideas about your logo and would like to design more than one logo…

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    1. Jake Stone says:

      Hi Benjamin, I’d say you better stick with only one pony and feed it well. A day at the races will be so much more rewarding.

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    2. John Chow says:

      I think you cam submit as many logos as you want.

  9. Asswass says:

    I’m not a web designer but nice way to get a free cool logo.

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    1. Cam Birch says:

      The logo isn’t actually free. You have to pay the contest winner. By the looks of the number of entries being submitted you will also have to dig through the layers and layers of crap to find something good. All this costs time and money so, definately not free.

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      1. For a starter, def a nice way to get a logo. But for a dot com mogul, I’m sure he could just hire somebody directly and have a logo made. There are people on this site that have skill who I’m sure would make a logo in less time than the contest is going to take.

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        1. Hi Aman..I am surprised not to see you as the number 1Commentator.

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        2. Cam Birch says:

          Sometimes though you find that you end up with “logoblock”. Once you have been using one logo for quite some time and you start to feel that a new one could be useful for the brand, it can be hard to reinvent yourself. For $200 JC is getting a fresh take, that can be worth it all alone. Even if the logos suck he has some new ideas to pursue with an artist selected from the entrants.

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  10. max says:

    Here’s my entry full-size, it wouldn’t fit on the site:

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    1. Jake Stone says:

      Hello Max! That’s really surprisingly nice! Maybe you could go bit more Looney Tunish with it and insert John’s head as part of letter C. Well, really nice, a lot fresher look than the current one. Maybe our International Mogul of Mystery could do some white washing…

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  11. Tyler says:

    This might sound harsh but.. as of today (this comment posting) none of the logos designed look very professional nor do they speak out to me in the way that John has requested. Making Money, Blogging and Dot Com Mogul.

    They all look like they were created in MS Word, or even MS Paint.

    So how can I critize the work, if I don’t have a logo posted? Well, I don’t want to create John a logo, but there is a reason why you pay Top $$$ for a Company Logo. It’s all about branding.

    So far the logo you’re using for your header now John, looks better than what other people have created!

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    1. Yeah, a lot of them are bad & look like hardly any real thought was put into them. There’s a reason people pay big money for a good logo.

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  12. I have to agree. The current concepts look like they are just old Microsoft Office clip-art, touched up in paint, and covered with a layer of ugliness.

    However, since it’s only been a day, we can probably assume that the really good designers are still working on their concepts, taking their time. I’m sure something good will come up.

  13. Cam Birch says:

    Cheap way to get a cheap logo. So far though the quality really shows of such a low $$ amount contest. No real originality shown thus far. I’ll bookmark this item and check back later to see if the quality increases over time.

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  14. Chris Green says:

    There are some seriously BAD designers on there. Isn’t this also a ripoff of 99designs??? Please don’t not publish this because they are a sponsor, they just need to attract better designers. I’m sure they could do that through twitter.

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  15. Mogul says:

    Design and graphics are things I really wish I were better at.

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  16. Lithiummind says:

    Nice chance to win some cash 😛

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  17. Rick Vaughn says:

    Certainly, beats the hell outta posting on Forum Point. Just another great website idea I missed out on. Thanks for the heads up John!

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  18. This is such a great idea. Are the designers freelance that sign in?

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  19. WPThemes says:

    All of the 30 submitted logos are so bad I wouldn’t take it if it were free.

    DP Forum has really good logo contests. Submit $20-$50 logo contests, and you get about 20 submissions with about 3-4 really nice logos.

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  20. Joe says:

    You will see some great designs. The contest has 12 days to go and already 31 designs submitted in the first 24hrs. Designers can submit as many logo designs as they want. Once John logs into his account he will start to rank and eliminate logos giving designers even more direction when designing the logos. Keep an eye on this contest you will see some amazing designs 🙂

  21. Liane says:

    A logo contest? That’s soething I’ve been wanting to enter. I’ a graphic design enthusiast though I don’t have any serious background in designing. still, I’ll try my luck 🙂

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  22. Great contest, I wish I had some designer skills…

  23. 我@soho says:

    i like the contest, but my design Capacity is poor.

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  24. Dean Saliba says:

    Good luck wit hthe logo contest. I would enter but I absolutely suck at graphics. In fact running my own logo contest at some point might get me a better banner than I currently havee now.

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    1. Melody says:

      Well, if you’re looking for a logo there is still enough time to enter my contest to win a free logo package..

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  25. Logo Vale says:

    Thanks for sharing this information. Logo, web graphics and website designers will find this logo contest encouraging and fun.

    ~ Logo Vale


  27. CHABELITA says:

    WAIT ME….

  28. WONDER TIPS says:

    This is what I’m looking for to proven which I always SHARING about graphic design and printing business TIPS on my site. Prove in action NOW….!!!

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  29. Danny Croft says:

    Very nice i might enter 🙂

  30. Zac Johnson says:

    haha, i like nguyenp’s entry!!

  31. Robby G says:

    Hahaa great, I was just looking to get someone to create a logo for me today.

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  32. Weblogian says:

    Sound Cool!

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  33. I was wondering when you’d post about them.

    Looking at the entries, I think y3k_designs & yudhiecavalera & adi_elekes have the best logos. A little design in each, but not disgustingly overcrowded.

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  34. Steve says:

    While I enjoy reading your posts I have to admit I am greatly disgusted at the next level of exploitation artists have to deal with. Unfortunately this service only shows what little value is placed on art and graphic design. If you need a logo as described please pay industry standard compensation rather than forcing artists to fight over scraps.

    1. Cam Birch says:

      Every industry has a similar method of exploiting people. This works well over the internet because there are many third world people and students willing to give away their time in return for a chance at a few dollars.

      You can fight for a few dollars or you can build a reputation and demand proper wages. It is up to each person. The world is big enough to allow both to exist.

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  35. Dude I’m a web designer and graphics designer so I’m entering to this contest. Hope you like ma designs.

  36. Derrick says:

    Just take alook at, all the logos will just as unique and creative..

    Think John will have a hard time figure out which one to be use..

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  37. That one is really a nice way to encourage new people to show their quality.

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  38. work at home says:

    This is where I need some designer skills when contest like these come in reach.

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  39. Ben Pei says:

    Lol what a cool way to get more designers and not just paying 1 for 1 job. Great stuff!

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  40. $200 that is really good price for a logo. On that price many people can do website design as well.

    We would love to see the logo of worth $200

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  41. Tyson says:

    awesome, a logo has a lot to deliver with branding. great job.

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