Catchy, memorable brand names and stylish logos are assets to any budding business, but a mascot has unique appeal that can foster a friendly, personal relationship between company and customer. For businesses that are primarily web-based enterprises with very little face-to-face interaction with customers, mascots are an especially good way to put a smiling face in front of your clients, develop positive sentiments, and create a good rapport. Below are some of the web’s best website mascots.
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Do you have any awesome mascots to add? Do you think mascots are a powerful way to connect with customers, or are they just an extra bit of polish on your website?
Jean-Pierre Gassin is a web developer, writer and design enthusiast from the Gold Coast, Australia. He runs The GeekGrounds, a tech and gaming culture site, and is studying a Bachelor of Information Technology.
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