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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Background’

3 Ways To Rock Twitter In The Post-Cat Economy [REPORT]

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It seems like every social media marketer and his mother loves to jump on the latest meme to sell their message, and nothing has done better in the past than cats. Grumpy cat, business cat, adorable kittens playing hide and seek… the internet goes crazy for tweets, status updates and YouTube videos of these furry felines. But all good things come to an end, and the cat meme seems to be going the way of the dodo.

The Webby Awards took a look at the best brands on social media in their latest report. How do they cope with the waning love of all things kitten-based? If you’re struggling with this very question, you can learn a thing or two from some of the best brands on Twitter in the post-cat economy.
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Why You Can’t Ignore Your Twitter Background

With the New Twitter update in September 2010, a lot of people felt that profiles had become nearly obsolete. If you click on a username, you will see a nice summary of that user, his or her most recent tweets, bio, follower and following count, and more – basically everything you’d see on the profile page. However, that doesn’t mean that people aren’t drilling down visiting your profile, to see your entire timeline, lists, or the connections the two of you share. So, if you want to brand yourself on Twitter at all, you can’t afford to ignore your profile’s background. Here’s why.
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What Does Your Twitter Background Say About You?

Twitter might not be as customizable in terms of information as Facebook is, but you can still personalize your Twitter presence in a big way: your Twitter background. You might not think much of your current background, but it says a lot about you. If you find you’re projecting the wrong message with your Twitter background, it’s never too late to make a change!
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