If you’re just looking for resources to find solid, clean, and virus-free fonts. Hold on to your britches, it’s important you understand a few key factors here.
1) Is it a free for commercial-use font?
In other words, do you have the right to use it for commercial purposes? Yes, your small business is considered commercial.
2) Is it for personal-use only?
Some designers will allow you to download their font for personal-use and with a quick visit to their website you can pay a fee to use it for commercial use.
3) What does the commercial license entail?
So, even though some fonts say they are commercial-use friendly, verify if this includes mass distribution of the font (say, selling a multitude of hats)
4) Is it a desktop font, web font, app font, or other?
Typically if you’re designing your own logo, you’ll be looking for a desktop font.
“Free” Font Websites: