A brief is fundamental because, if appropriate, even fonts which aren't very good might be suitable for a communication work. The font you are using looks somehow blotched, no matter how well kerned, it will always be hard to read. However, maybe your logo could be ok, let's say, for a shop that sells second hand American clothes. Or similar businesses.
I see. In that case I donâ€™t think the image you have created is appropriate. That is for a number of reasons among which the following ones are the most important in my opinion. 1, semiologically a palm of a hand in that position conveys a â€œstopâ€ rather than a â€welcomeâ€ meaning. 2, the font looks cheap. Apart from that, your logo is too niche for social networks, which are generally meant for all; not only for a selected category. That makes them mass. â€œNicheâ€ and â€œMassâ€ are two important aspects in branding which we should always bear in mind while creating a logo.
I suggest you start again from scratch. Sans serif are better than serif or calligraphic fonts for the e purpose. Post some more details about your social network so that weâ€™ll be able to extract a brief from them. We need a brief in order to give you some tailor-made feedback.
Anyway your logo is no longer showing in your post.
I have to agree with Webian. The palm of the hand might come across as being like a "stop" sign and detracting from your audience rather than adding to it. The edges look rather pixelated in places and I agree that you'd probably be better using a sans serif font and maybe tweaking certain letters to be individual. You might be overthinking it