Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Your Twitter profile, part of Twitter for Musicians and Bands.
Many artists and bands sign up for a Twitter account,…but don't take the time to properly create a profile.…This is important because you'd be surprised at the number of times that…people who are interested in you want more details about who you are.…They get that info first from your profile, which…can be linked to your website or Facebook page.…Here's how to get the most from your profile.…Just like Facebook, a profile picture is important.…Because it gives people…confidence in you, your band, or your product.…Instead of a picture, this could be a logo as well.…
Resist the temptation to post a baby picture or avatar.…Or worse yet, nothing.…What will happen is that an empty egg shape will…appear in the picture slot, which is known as an egghead.…This is something that you don't want to…happen, as it signifies your indifference to the platform.…Let's talk about your bio. You get all of 160…characters to provide your story.…This allows you to get right to the essence of what it is that you sound like.…You can also place a link here, although there's a place for…
Want more music marketing tips? Check out Facebook for Musicians and Bands and YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
- Filling out your Twitter profile
- Crafting a promotional tweet
- Using the correct keywords as hashtags
- Sharing photos, songs, and videos
- Scheduling tweets
- Using Chirpify for sales
- Measuring Twitter performance