A good Twitter background can do a lot for you. It can brand you, your company, your message or your cause. It can give information to your visitors and encourage click-throughs to your website or blog.
Who has the most interesting, informative or creative Twitter background? Nominate your friends (not your self – any side deals you make with people to nominate you in DM (direct messaging) is up to you. 🙂
We want to be inspired by others and see their Creative Wisdom. So post links to your favorite Twitter background pages below and share with us why you like them! Share your suggestions on how they could be better.
Here are three I really like – the bug thing is just a coincidence. (two happen to be designers…hmm, do I just like designers or do they “get” the fact that visual communication is important and know how to execute it?) The third is by Jim Connolly – I like this because it shows both his professional photo and his “everyday” photo – makes him more approachable.
Looking forward to seeing everyone’s creativity!
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