How To Design Your Own Twitter Background - A Video Tour

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This is the 4th Video in a series dedicated to helping Realtors (and other small businesses) master various aspects of marketing themselves online.  I hope you learn something you can use. Here is a Summary of the other 3 Videos so far:

 

Twitter Made Easy for Business (Part 1 of 3 - 'Listening')

Twitter Made Easy for Business (Part 2 of 3 - 'Engaging')

Twitter Made Easy for Business (Part 3 of 3 - 'Tweeting')

 Be on the lookout for many more How To videos to come! 

 

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Comments (8)

Tammie White, Broker
Franklin Homes Realty LLC - Franklin, TN
Franklin TN Homes for Sale

Steve, I'm glad I caught this post.  I missed the others.  I've subscribed to your blog and I'm going to go back and watch these.  Thanks for the tips.

Jan 29, 2010 02:45 AM
Christa Hobart
Cactus Valley Realty - San Tan Valley, AZ
Arizona Property Sellers

I was not aware of all this.  Great information and thank you for sharing it!

Jan 29, 2010 02:46 AM
Terri Adams-Scott
J. Rockcliff, REALTORS - Walnut Creek, CA
Realtor, Walnut Creek CA Real Estate

Steve, great tutorial and thanks for sharing!  I'm bookmarking it and subscribing to your blog!  Very well done!

Jan 29, 2010 03:22 AM
Marcie Sandalow
Marcie Sandalow, Compass 301.758.4894 - Bethesda, MD
Bethesda Chevy Chase DC real estate

Thanks Steve.  Have bookmarked this post as well, and will be calling it back up again once I'm ready to take the Twitter plunge.

Jan 29, 2010 03:41 AM
John Thomas
E3 Green HOMES - Boulder, CO
EcoBroker, MSEE, MBA

Thanks Steve...Nice tutorial on setting up the background. Unfortunately, I don't have Photo-shop. Can you recommend any free online tools that would be helpful to make the background?

Jan 29, 2010 04:33 AM
Steve Schwartz
AmazingVideoTours.com - Charlotte, NC
Charlottenulls Premier Real Estate Videographer and Photographer

All - Thanks for stopping by and for your kind comments.  I appreciate them!

John- I don't think you're going to find anything free that will have guides or help lines, but you might try looking into Adobe Photoshop Elements which can be had for much less then Photoshop CS4.  You will have to Google it and research the specifics to verify if it will do what you want it to. 

Having said that, your Twitter page looks good.  The dims on your photo are 2048x1280 whereas I am using a much smaller 1420 x 670 canvass.  I took your photo into Photoshop and re-sized it to 1420x670 and put it at http://www.amazingvideotours.com/images/1420x670_john_thomas.jpg for you. 

You can go to that URL, and get the re-sized version, and upload it to twitter to see how it looks.  The print will be a bit small, but I think if you just play with what you started with - and use a smaller canvas (1420x670), I think you will produce a nice result without having to buy new software.  Let me know how it goes. 

Jan 29, 2010 04:43 PM
Troy Pappas
Safe House Property Inspections - Virginia Beach, VA
Virginia Beach Home Inspector

Thanks for the video. I got started using GIMP, and should have a new background ready soon.

Feb 08, 2010 02:28 PM
Maya Thomas, Broker
Tampa, FL
Please see my client recommendations.

I have been wanting to know how to do this for SOOO long!  Thank you Steve!

Mar 07, 2010 06:41 AM