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 itÂ aestheticallyÂ 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?
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