6 Easy Steps to Update Your Twitter Header Photo

by Danielle @ Itsaharleyyylife on April 27, 2014

in Blog

The news has been coming out for the past couple of weeks now: Twitter is getting a new look. It kind of looks like Facebook and includes a ‘cover photo’ of sorts. The new design became available to everyone this past week (go to your page and check it out if you haven’t yet).

Of course, the new look means you have to design a brand new Twitter Header Photo for your page and it has to fit the dimensions if you want to get the most out of it.

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Today I am going to show you how to do that using PicMonkey.

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Step 1: Go to PicMonkey. Click on the design tab and then “custom.”

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Step 2: Type in the custom size 1500×500 pixels.

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Step 3: Now it is time to design. You want to keep the important information in that little section you see above, right in the middle. This might take a couple of trial and error before you get it just right. You can add pictures to the left and right though. However, they may be covered up at certain times depending on how the person is viewing your profile.

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Step 4: Once you are finished with the design, save it as a .jpg.

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Step 5: Now it is time to upload. Go to your twitter page and click on the edit profile button on the right hand side.

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Step 6: This screen will pop up. You will click on ‘Change your header photo.’ It will ask you to upload your picture (I just saved my picture to my desktop to make it easy to find). Press ‘save changes’ at the right hand side and you are done.

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Final Product: This is what my header now looks like. I tried to take advantage of the header photo by advertising my blog and social media channels. I added my blog header for branding purposes and then my blog url, email, Facebook, Twitter (obviously you know this one if you are at the page), Instagram and Pinterest.

Pretty huh?! This is so easy to do! Just follow the easy steps above!

Now its your turn: Are you going to change your twitter header photo? What would you put on it? Once you finish your twitter header photo send me the link. I would love to see it!

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