What is the difference between a print logo and a web logo?
Print logos require a high resolution to maintain quality and the most common formats are tiff and eps. These files can be reproduced successfully in print and are usually very large files.
Web logos require a low resolution for viewing on screen and the most common formats are png and jpegs. Web logos are small file sizes that can be emailed and should never be used in print as their quality is too poor to reproduce successfully.