There is nothing more annoying than hearing a young girl on a playground say, “Hey, can I come down here for a moment?”
Or, “How can I get a tattoo?”
Or “How do I get the word out to my friends and family about the hate crimes that have happened recently?”
Or something similar.
In an effort to combat cyberbullies, companies are starting to embrace logos.
This week, a group of companies are rolling out a new product to help companies combat cyberharassment.
The company behind it, called The Masked Shirt, says the product helps companies “make their brands stand out, by offering a unique identity to their employees, customers, partners, and customers.”
For companies that use logos to sell products, The Mask has an online marketplace where employees can buy a logo tattoo, or a logo t-shirt, to be worn at their workplace.
The shirt also includes a virtual office where employees are encouraged to create new designs.
In the future, The Hooded Shirt will also be available as a downloadable shirt, which can be worn by any employee.
To get a logo tattoos, all you need to do is register your company, which will allow employees to see their work and photos on the website.
The Mask’s logo shirt will cost $99.99, or $199.99 for the logo t shirt.
The Hood’s shirt will be $159.99.
A free online consultation with a licensed tattoo artist will be offered as well.
In addition, The Hatred Response Team, a company that researches cyberbullish behavior, will offer advice and support.
“A logo is a way to connect with customers, customers are more likely to share a logo with their friends and peers, and that can also help the company stand out from the crowd,” says Simon Garlick, The Head of Marketing at The Hathed Shirt.