Thanks to the Twitter Photoshop template available at Boinblog, personalizing your Twitter profile to promote your personal brand just got easier. Most tweeps upload a background for their Twitter profile while others take it a step further, like Problogger, and include links to their other social media profiles.
Inspired by Problogger, Boinblog’s easy to use template, and armed with a copy of Adobe Photoshop, I took the leap and updated my Twitter profile. You can follow me at @HeyStephanie.
After getting the hang of editing layers, I offered to help customize backgrounds for my colleagues at Brickfish®—in exchange for Starbucks of course. 🙂
Rachel Kay is the founder of RKPR and is an award-winning public relations expert. Check our her new site when you get a chance.
Ashley Futak who is a part of the Brickfish public relations team and just recently came back from the Web 2.0 Expo in New York (stay tuned for her guest post on Wednesday, October 1, 2008), also let me update her Twitter background. For her avatar I went to PosePrints then used my digital scrapbooking elements from Keri Schueller’s Organica collection.
To view other Twitter backgrounds that I helped co-workers with, check out @mphillips4ku and @ssultar.
Have fun with your backgrounds and feel free to leave your Twitter link here so we can check them out.
Steph, I got to hand it to you. You always have the best stuff on your site. I’m gonna go make my own twitter customized page right now!!!
@JunLoayza: I’m addicted to cool stuff on the Internet and anything that helps me customize my favorite sites is even better!
I can’t wait to see your new background. LMK when it’s up. 🙂
great idea, great links… great everything! gonna have to try this. you always post the coolest stuff 😉
You really do have the best stuff on your site – thanks for this!
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Loved your customized Twitter page, and wondered how you did it. Now I know. I will give it a try. Great blog, and thanks for your comment and the ClaimID tip. See you on Twitter.
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