How To Make Your Band’s Twitter Page Look Great

Create custom graphics for your Twitter page - it makes your band look like serious. Fans will be more likely to "like" you, and industry people will be more likely to take you seriously

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I’ve written an article about how to achieve a fantastic looking Twitter profile on Ariel Hyatt’s website, Cyber PR.

In this article, I go through creating a professional: 

  • background image
  • header image
  • and profile image

There's even a photoshop template that you can use when preparing your background image.

I actually go beyond that and talk about how to interact with people on Twitter, but that’s not the main focus.

Once you have created the above 3 items (background, header, profile image) then you’re done, and you’ll never have to visit it again (unless you change your branding or release a new album that you want to promote).

Use the bulleted list above as a "checklist". Go get started. 

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