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Twitter Changes Web Font, Adds ‘Tweet To’ Button and Color Options to Profiles

Twitter Changes Web Font, Adds 'Tweet To' Button and Color Options to Profiles

Twitter’s been mixing it up quite a bit lately, and yesterday the company announced a couple of minor but interesting tweaks to its web platform. All the changes have been made to improve new user experience, and include a new font, new buttons and some colour options.

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3 Annoying Things You Probably Didn’t Notice About The New Twitter Profile

3 Annoying Things You Probably Didn't Notice About The New Twitter Profile
With the many changes happening over at, it can be difficult to keep your presence looking its absolute best. The largest recent change was the profile redesign, and – although not everyone has made the switch – it’s left some profiles looking less than stellar.

Here are three things you probably didn’t notice about the new Twitter profile that you should be paying attention to.

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Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube: Social Media Image Size Guide [INFOGRAPHIC]

When you’re new to social media, setting up your Twitter or Facebook profile can be a little overwhelming.

The basics of your account can be quickly mastered, but figuring out the heights and widths of all the images you will need to make your social outposts look awesome is a time-consuming and, unfortunately, often instantly forgettable business.

This is true for veterans, too. And it gets a heck of a lot more complicated when you start rolling out your Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube channels, and those images. Where on earth do you begin?

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Why It Pays To Be Yourself On Twitter

Are you a different person on Twitter than you are in “real life”?

Social media (and, indeed, the internet) is a glittering lure. It presents a clean slate. You can be anyone. On Twitter, or any social network, it pays to present the best version of yourself. That’s a good thing – in fact, it’s smart, and advisable, especially if you’re using Twitter in any kind of professional capacity.

But if the you that we see on our screens is completely different to the you behind it, then it’s simply a matter of time before that illusion is exposed.

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Twitter Profile Photos Options For Every Personality

When creating a Twitter profile, there are enough bio do’s and don’ts to make your head spin. It’s amazing, really – especially considering how limited the space is. But the brevity of it is what makes it SO important to get right. Every word will stand out – so will every typo.

It’s kind of nerve-wracking to think about it that way, hmm?

Before you fret over word choice though, we have some (more) helpful info to cram in your overburdened mind – and this stuff is kind of fun. We’re going to show you some popular Twitter profile photo options, which you can copy, ignore, relate to or laugh at. It’s Friday after all, you deserve a little mindcation (vacation for your mind. Yes, some words should not be combined.)

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Tips For Your New And (Not Really) Improved Twitter Profile Page

If you haven’t updated your profile cover photo yet on Twitter, you’ll benefit from reviewing a few tips on the topic first (trust us).

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Get More Followers With These Three Profile Picture Tricks

How do you attract people to your Twitter profile with your photo, alone?  …with picture of The Biebs?  …a bold sign that reads, “FOLLOW ME!!!”?  Well, why not use some common knowledge of the “science of attraction” as bate?  Read more

How To Increase Engagement on the New Twitter Profile

The new Twitter offers a variety of ways that you can engage your followers that the old Twitter did not. While the design changes might not have seemed like much to talk about in the beginning, it’s clear now that they were implemented to give you more control over your profile, and they offer unique ways that you can increase engagement on your Twitter profile.

Engagement is key to really building a relationship with your followers. You want them to get to know you, interact with you, and share what you share. But you want this to stem from an honest representation of yourself or your business too – otherwise, you’ll alienate your followers quickly.

Let’s take a look at the ways that the new Twitter allows you to engage your followers, and how to best use these features to represent yourself in an honest manner.

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Take A Moment To Freshen Your Twitter Bio

You’ve been on Twitter now for, what, three months? Six? A year?

It’s time to have another look at your Twitter bio. Like many, you probably set it up the day you joined, and have barely had a look at it since.

It pays to keep it fresh. People change. If somebody visits your profile page today, does your bio tell them everything they need to know? Does it make sense? Is it aesthetically pleasing? Could anybody possibly get the wrong idea?

(Tip: write your bio in a word processor with the spell-check on. Pay careful attention to grammar and use of words. Play around with it; get it right. Then copy and paste it into Twitter.)

You’re limited to 160 characters – why not make them count?