Community Management on Twitter is all about the people we are following, those following us, and the people who are talking about us and our business with whom we are not yet connected.
First Impressions Count!1. Twitter avatar/picture:Invest in a professional photo of yourself or your team. Then combine your logo with the picture. Unprofessional photos can do your online brand a lot of damage. People are also less likely to trust, follow or engage with logos.
2. Make good use of your Twitter bio. Avoid repeating your name or website twice; use a combination of your name and business name. Use specific keywords in your bio so people can find you when carrying out a search.
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