New logo design - are we using the right font?

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New logo design - are we using the right font?
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We're starting up a new online agency and think we're almost "there" with our logo design but need some outside perspective.
The logo itself looks pretty good to us but are there different fonts we should consider?
We appreciate any feedback or direction y'all can provide.
Thanks in advance!

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To be honest, it feels generic.

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It is okay not that much attractive from my perspective.

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Thanks for the feedback. Are there other fonts we should consider based on what you're feeling?

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From a design standpoint I agree with the others that it is generic and common looking. I do like the actual logo but your typeface choice is what drags it down. You and your partner(s) should look at the direction of your company and what image you are trying to project to potential clients—upscale, modern, traditional, whatever you intend your business to represent. There are thousands of typefaces out there that could probably do a better job of illustrating your company's identity—once you decide what it is—than Myriad (I believe that is what you are using). Kevin, this is your company's identity and using a designer might be a prudent decision on your part. The right branding for your future would be worth it.

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Like the Net, Myriad is every-bloody-where already, so not a bad choice from that point of view, but there has to be something with a bit more bite to it. Akzidenz? Neuzeit? Fira Sans? Selawik?

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Recently we redesigned the logo of our company using Rajdhani Font and looks pretty simple. Is there any other similar font that we can try?

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Thanks for the feedback.
For “internet” we chose Heebo Medium. For “MARKETING” we went with Roboto, Condensed, Bold.
We also reduced the size of the image to allow more space for the company name.

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Okay but its really too much generic. Make it attractive.

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Hello Kevin,
please don't use this forum for your business.
Hire a designer and pay him for his time and work.

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Isn't this forum's purpose exactly for the reason to perfect on something one's doing themselves? Suggesting to hire a designer isn't really helping in this regard. Ok. So this logo is rather generic and something we've seen many times over, but regardless to that, OP's question was clear and I think it deserves helping posts to suggest better fonts.

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