Customizing your Twitter layout is one of the things you can do with your Twitter profile to introduce more of who you really are to the world or at the very least, to let them see you the way you want to be seen. While some people are happy with some of the default Twitter layout or themes provided by Twitter, some people prefer to customize their Twitter avatar or background to provide more information to their followers, to add aesthetical appeal to their profile, as well as to have some fun.
By frequently changing parts and designs of your Twitter profile, you would intrigue people to check out whether you have also made some new changes on your profile page, or have added on some witty and fascinating tweets. With that level of intrigue you are inducing and your brimming creativity, you would have a decent base of followers in no time.
Adding up original and unique information to your tweets along with some witty lines and sometimes a little bit of sarcasm is a good way to show people you are worth following. Add up to that, by tweaking your Twitter layout a little bit here and there, you would have an increase of followers in no time. The solid and substantial profile information you have, plus the high quality pictures you post and thoughts you tweet, are essential ingredients to increase you Twitter follower base.
As hard or as easy it may seem, Twitter layout customization along with Twitter background editing needs to be done properly. You would want to learn how the image you are going to put on the background would look like when people are seeing them. Do not bother with the middle area as people won’t be able to see it on your profile as they would see your tweets instead.
You should however make good use of the empty spaces on both sides of your Twitter profile page as they can be used to display pictures, information, contact info, logo, or any kind of elements, which would make you Twitter profile much better in representing you.
Whether it is to impress your friends or to add more traffic to your profile, customizing your Twitter layout would do wonderfully on your accounts if you know how to apply it with the right techniques. Like any of your social networking site accounts, your Twitter contains your personal information, and the whole point of putting some of that information is to get to be known more personally by the people who are following you and the people you are hoping to follow you after they see your profile page and most importantly, your tweets.