5 Tips for a Perfect Twitter Profile

 

The perfect Twitter profile can be the key to building your brand, influencing users and gaining loyal followers. A lot of planning and effort can help you set up an effective Twitter profile. You need to have the perfect name, profile photo, header, background design and bio. I have shared how to get each of these features right to help you set up the perfect Twitter profile…

1. Twitter Name:

There are three main things you need to keep in mind while choosing a twitter name; it needs to be relevant, short and unique. If it’s your personal profile use your name and if that’s not available use something similar to it and if it’s your business name use your business name.

Keeping it short is important too as it will make it easy for someone to add your handle to their tweets. Keeping it short will increase your chances of being squeezed within the one hundred and forty character limit. And keeping it unique will make it easy for someone to find your profile when they perform a search. Check out this post for more tips on choosing the perfect twitter name.

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6 Tips to Choosing the Perfect Twitter Name

 

Are you setting up a new Twitter profile?

One of the key components of your Twitter profile is your name and by that I mean the handle which has the name after the “@”. You need to pick a good Twitter name which can help promote your brand and make it easy for you to be found on Twitter. You shouldn’t just look for your favourite option and then, if that’s not available, simply choose the one that Twitter suggests.

A good Twitter name can help you promote your brand, make it easy for you to be found and will make you appear more genuine.

So if you want to learn how to choose the perfect Twitter name, take all six points below into consideration:-

1. Use a relevant name:

Your Twitter name should be relevant to your name or your company’s name. This way people can find your profile easily, not only because this name will be displayed on your profile, but also on your Twitter URL. Your Twitter URL is usually http://twitter.com/yourtwittername. So the next time someone searches for your company or for you they will easily find your Twitter profile. If your Twitter name is something completely different from your real name it could make it hard for people to find you.

An example of a good Twitter name is HubSpot’s Twitter name. It’s @HubSpot – exactly the same name as their company.

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