In the span of a stunningly short period of time, the role of social media pages has morphed from a supplementary marketing tool to a must-have for any business endeavor. Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn have become essential ways for businesses looking to build, support and actively engage their target audiences. And while it used to be just fine to stick with Twitter’s generic blue-clouds background, for instance, nowadays incorporating your brand identity into your social media profiles is key.
Our minds are a-Twitter these days since we recently hit a milestone in surpassing 60,000 followers on our main Twitter account (of course, we’re aiming for 99,000!) and just launched a Twitter account for our 99nonprofits initiative. So we thought we’d share some of the cool Twitter background designs other companies have sourced through 99designs. What do you think – will these designs help our customers put their best foot – err, Tweet – forward?
Photographer Wendy Hithe takes a documentary approach to shooting weddings throughout Northern California, aiming to capture truly candid and memorable moments.
Encircled is a hip and friendly eco-friendly fashion accessory business that specializes in making infinity scarves created by local designers and produced in the United States. Keeping with the its “do-good” philosophy, Encircled gives a portion of all profits to fund social entrepreneurship globally.
Seattle-based UrHype, “the marketplace for micro-jobs,” provides a cost effective way for individuals and business owners to outsource small, one-time tasks to a diverse community of skilled workers.
The Masters’ Brew is a brand new cafe serving java and baked goods to the 5,000 residents of Sparta, Tennessee (nicknamed “Bluegrass USA” for its ties to some of the top Bluegrass musicians in the country, including The Foggy Mountain Boys members Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs).
Poppet Playtime (we love the alliteration!) makes wooden, eco-friendly and educational toys for lucky kids throughout Australia.