It’s time to give your twitter page the same attention to detail that you give to your website. Phil Gerbyshak like many people recently updated his website with a professional look that compliments his outgoing personality. With that done he is now focused on giving his twitter page that same Gerbyshak look!
The first step was adding a twitter header. Twitter’s latest feature allows you to upload a 1600×600 pixel header image. Click here to learn more about creating twitter headers.
Possibly the most bang for your buck is creating a custom background image. The background can consist of colors, gradients, textures, patterns or photography. But keep in mind you want these to be consistent with your brand experience.
The space to the left of your twitter page works ideally as a business card. Information such as name, email, phone number or even product photos work great here. Twitter is all about making connections with people, so I also think it is important to have a photo of yourself or your customers to give your page that personal touch.
When you put that all together you have a polished twitter account that is consistent with your brand and engaging for your followers! @PhilGerb