Twitter Quick Tip: Backgrounds Part One

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

People often list their reasons for not following someone back on Twitter and on each list, something about the aesthetic of a user’s profile page is always included. I’ve decided to do a multi-part series of quick tips on how to make your Twitter profile shine. The first video (below) is about how to match your background colour with an uploaded image.

I’ll follow up with some steps on background image customization and perhaps anything else that can be explained easily in under 90 seconds.

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  1. @ryanlakeMonday, March 30th, 2009 — 8:09pm PST

    HEY cool thanks I am terrible at finding the time to figure this stuff out myself!

  2. rachaelMonday, March 30th, 2009 — 9:26pm PST

    You are such a clever girl. Great idea, great tips! Very helpful!

  3. Vancouver AttractionsTuesday, March 31st, 2009 — 5:39pm PST

    Thanks Rebecca. I’m trying to figure out Twitter and your presentation helps.

  4. Twitter Quick Tip: Backgrounds Part Two » Vancouver Blog Miss 604 by Rebecca BollwittThursday, April 2nd, 2009 — 9:37am PST

    […] reading Is Twitter the New MySpace over on TechCrunch and was inspired to do the second part of my Twitter Quick Tip demos […]

  5. DavidThursday, April 2nd, 2009 — 6:23pm PST

    Aha, That’s what you do! I had been uploading huge JPEGS (and having Twitter complain that some of them were just too big). This is much cooler. Thanks!

  6. Vancouver Blogger Meetup April 2009 recap – Jan KarlsbjergMonday, March 8th, 2010 — 5:13pm PST

    […] some videos about using Twitter for business. I think it’s these two quick tips videos: Part 1 and Part 2. Nope, it was this one: Twitter for Business, run time 22 minutes.I told Larry about the […]

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