Twitter profiles, like websites, are subject to high bounce rates. If a visitor doesn’t like what they see from the initial look of the profile they are more than likely to exit out of the profile. It’s often the simple things that people get wrong when it comes to social media. You may have the best quality content being uploaded but if your profile/posts don’t reflect that, then you are doing your work an injustice.
“Success is all about consistency around the fundamentals.”
One of the most common mistakes is having the incorrect image size for a profile photo, header image and general post images. For this reason I have made a simple worksheet to show you the correct image sizes for each element of a business page. Feel free to share this with anyone you know that may need it.
Last week I shared a similar worksheet to the dimensions and image sizes for Facebook business pages and posts. Click here to see that.
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