A brand is as strong as its logo - all aspects of a visual identity need to be powerful to stand out from the crowd, however the trademark is a condensed personification of what you do, who you are, + why people should choose you in a competitive market. Below are logos that I feel best fit each category, so we can help you find which direction you would like to go in with your business.
Monogram logos are a type of logo that consists of letters. Usually they’re brand initialisations to abbreviate rather lengthy names that could be multiple words. For example BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation.
Similar to monogram, Wordmark logos are font-based + focused on the business name. It is a good idea if you have a distinctive business name that you want to stick in customers minds.
Symbols are generally a graphic depiction of the word associated with the brand in a very literal sense. It is what it is - Jaguar’s logo is a silhouette of a jaguar, Apple’s logo is an apple.
Similar to a symbol, these brands are synonymous with an image; but specifically an abstract, geometric mark that represents a brand metaphorically opposed to literally.
A logo that comprises of an illustration of a character - often colourful cartoons that celebrate a metaphorical persona who the brand will depict as a fictional being.
This type of logo combines any of the previous examples together + usually can be broken into a shorthand/longhand with each element representing the brand individually but also when combined.
An emblem logo is designed to fit the text inside of symbols, badges, seals + crests. These logos tend to have a traditional aesthetic + this generally tends to be the values + message portrayed.