9 Entrepreneurs Who Are Killing It With Their Twitter Profiles Jason Byer | August 31st, 2016
Twitter background image real estate is too precious to waste if you want to portray your brand quickly. Need some ideas to stand out? Take a look at what these 9 entrepreneurs and innovators are doing.
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1. Show your product
Gabriala’s product photographs very nicely and shows she is concerned about her brand image. Seeing all the product instantly boosts her credibility that she offers a real product.
2. Establish authority
Fabienne’s quote both establishes authority and quickly summarizes what I should expect by engaging with her. The live photo showing the mic establishes her as a speaker with experience.
3. Make it emotional
Steve’s company, Classroom Champs, connects students with professional athletes. This simple photo conveys their mission and the excitement of the kid’s faces instantly makes you want to learn how you can get involved.
4. You in action
If a picture are worth a thousand words, Holly’s Twitter image is worth a few thousand. This collage shows she is connected, professional, athletic, esteemed and fun; all aspects an entrepreneur attempts to promote.
5. Keep it simple
As a fashionista, Beth keeps her brand on point by offering a sleek photo highlighting her name. The white on black conveys a sophisticated and elegant approach.
6. Highlight your creativity
With the competition in the food blogging niche, Rachel can’t serve up a bland Twitter image. This custom image combines action shots with her creations laid out in a way that speaks creatively.
7. Promote your platforms
While the guys from Escape with Wolves are active on Twitter the real magic happens on their photo and video sharing platforms which they promote from the background image.
8. Highlight your name
Instead of just throwing your logo on a plain background make it look professional with a creative touch. Peter’s choice makes it clear from his creative image choice that he wants to offer more than just standard service.
9. Keep it Timely
Matt, CEO of beBee.com, uses the Twitter real estate to promote the recent move into New York. His direct to camera pose is inviting and feels like a personal message to check out what is going on with the company.
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