New Twitter graphic requirements – seeming familiar – YouTube -esque

Twitter has just gone through a MAJOR change in layout. In order to keep your branding consistent and looking good, I’m highly recommending you allow me to update the look to fit the new graphics requirements. Click the image below to see the dimensions more clearly.



Profile & Cover Image:
1500 x 500 and 400 x 400 profile photos.
The new dimensions are similar to that of your YouTube channel. You have that current, right? If not, let me know and I can get both done at once.
You may now pin a tweet to the top of your profile, giving you the chance to place in prominence a tweet with high engagement.
Some people use favorites like you do on Facebook – “I like it” and some use it as a bookmark to revisit later. It can also be used in conjunction with a new favorite automation tool of mine, If This, Then That. I’ll cover that in another post and video.
Because your visual content is more accessible, it’s important to spend time creating visuals for any blog posts you create, and sharing images within your tweets.
Watch who you follow:
This is now reformatted into a more “Pintereset-esque” style of grid.  Be mindful of who you follow – choose them with a bit of thought because they are now part of your visible profile – This is similar to how Google associates your search results with those you associate and interact with. Twitter seems to be following this style of content and interaction based SEO. More on that in another post soon with David Amerland about his recent book, “Google Semantic Search.

Want help getting this done? Let me know. I can do them at the same time or just one or the other.