Within the last week Twitter has unveiled its brand new personal page header. The new header is fairly similar, if not a direct copy, to the Facebook cover photo and can be used to increase the impact and create a more customised Twitter page.
The header appears both on the Twitter website and across all Twitter mobile applications, which previously didn’t allow any personalised backgrounds. Where the new header differs to Facebook cover photos is that it contains your Twitter profile image, bio, location and link.
This latest Twitter change is already attracting interest from the social media savvy who are using the new header as another creative element for their Twitter page, as in our Ryan Seacrest example.
Overall the new header is a very nice idea. The new access to mobile users will allow brands to capture audiences the previous Twitter background failed to reach.
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