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Recently, Twitter announced not only an update to their i Phone and i Pad apps, but also the Android, too. Part of the New Business Manifesto is to update ourselves constantly as entrepreneurs.
However, by far the biggest change was the introduction of a new header photo, which gives all of us instant brand building potential, with some decent real estate being utilized to help us express ourselves, our businesses and our brands a little easier.
The funny thing here is that I just went live with my new Twitter background a couple of days ago, and here I am completely redesigning and putting together another image.
Actually, another three images – which we’ll go into a little more in a minute. Note: The following guide, images and video walkthrough show you how to change your profile design on the Twitter website. Simple click play on the short video below, or if you prefer, read the instructions that follow underneath it.
The process is basically the same on your i Pad, etc., however, the layout might be a little different looking. Step 1 – Sign into Twitter and then click on the ‘Edit Your Profile’ button.
Step 2 – From the menu on the left, select the ‘Design’ tab and then scroll down to see the new design options. You can scale an image if you like, by zooming in and out and moving the image around.
Step 6 – Important: Click the ‘Save Changes’ button, otherwise you’ll have to start all over again!Step 7 – Upload your updated profile (headshot) photo.This is not required all the time, but as I normally have a white background on my profile image, I’ve updated it to match the new Header image, to make it blend in a little better.Step 8 – Click ‘Save Changes’ and then click on the ‘Me’ tab in the top menu to see your new Twitter profile page in all its glory. Along with the new mobile and tablet versions of the software app itself, and the obvious design changes, Twitter profiles now also have a more ‘visual’ look in general, showing off your images in a more clearer way, as well as displaying content from within tweets themselves – no need for additional browser tabs to open, etc.I’m actually yet to update my i Pad app version and check it out, but as a pretty solid Twitter follower I’m looking forward to seeing how it runs as the last one was pretty crappy, if I’m to be totally honest.