Marketing Tech

How to make your profile picture stand out on social media for free

Every day you see hundreds of profile pictures and you may have noticed that some stand out more than others. You may have even clicked on an profile picture that caught your attention and found a very interesting profile, either on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook…

In a millisecond you judge that profile picture and decide if it’s trustworthy, or not.

Everyone wants a cool engaging profile picture that stands out, but not everyone has the skills to create it.

So how can you make a profile picture in a quick and easy way, even if you aren’t an artistic person?

Just by using RemoveBg and Figma! (and for free)

1. Take a picture of yourself

Take a picture of yourself showing your face and if it’s possible with some personal touch:

  • A nice pose or face.
  • Wearing an appareal accessory.
  • A smiling face triggers more engagement.

My personal touch are sunglasses, I wear them a lot.

Showing your face conveys trust, humans feel more confident when they see there is a human being you can interact with behind a social media profile.

Take a picture.

2. Remove the background

Remove the background of your picture using RemoveBg, it’s easy and free!

Removing the background will allow you to replace it with a simpler one, making your face the main focus.

Remove background.

3. Create a blank canvas on Figma

Go to Figma and create an account for free (if you don’t have one yet). Don’t be afraid to use Figma, isn’t only for designers, everybody can use it.

  • Create a 1000 x 1000px square blank canvas on Figma.
  • Automatically you will see a layer created, named “Frame 1”.

Follow the steps in the image below.

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Create blank canvas on Figma.

4. Drag & drop your picture

  • Drag and drop your image inside Figma.
  • Frame your picture inside the blank canvas.
  • Make sure to resize it so your face is not too far, not too close.

Follow the steps in the image below.

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Drag & drop your picture inside Figma.

5. Make your custom background

Use a simple background.

  • Select the layer “Frame 1” and change the background on the “Fill” section.

You can play around with gradients or flat colors, here are some tips:

  • Gradients are not widely used, using them can make you stand out more.
  • Warm colors perform better because the main color of most social networks is blue (a cool color)
  • Use your brand color.

Check out this study I made about Twitter and profile colors and get some inspiration.

Follow the steps in the image below.

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Make your custom background.
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Different backgrounds.

6. Export your profile picture

  • Select the picture you want.
  • Export it in .PNG or .JPG format.

Follow the steps in the image below.

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Export your picture.

7. Now you have your profile picture

Now you have a ready to go profile picture and you can use it in the social media of your choice!

I recommend using the same image picture on all your social media profiles, this makes it easier for people to recognize and connect with you in different social media.

This is how the profile picture I created looks on different Twitter themes, you can see that warm colors contrasts perfectly.

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Your profile picture on different Twitter themes.

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Marketing Tech

What can you learn from a $1.56 billion mobile gaming company as a maker?

Supercell is a $1.56 billion Finnish mobile gaming company, you probably know some of their famous games: Hay Day, Clash Royale or Clash of Clans.

This year Supercell celebrates their 10th anniversary so here are 10 tips from them that you can apply on your side projects. If you are a solo maker you can apply them too!

1. Always long term

Focus on long term retention. If a game is great but people would not play it for years, kill the game and start working on another.

Solve problems thinking in long term impact rather than seeking short term impact.

2. Great teams

Don’t make big teams, they don’t work well. It’s hard to create teams, even it’s hard to find 2 people who work extremely well together.

If you don’t have a solid core team, don’t add new people to the team.

3. Hire slowly

If you’re going to hire someone, try to imagine the average quality level of the people at your company.

Only hire that person if he/she would increase that average. Set the quality bar as high as you can.

4. Stay as small as possible

Small teams focus on what really matters. Big teams often do work that only looks useful.

Don’t focus on fancy tools or tech if you don’t have a killer game this is a waste of time.

5. Culture is defined by actions not by fancy slogans

Culture is defined by the hardest decisions like: killing games, saying “no” or making changes to the team.

Team leads have many times given up their position to someone who they think is better suited for it.

6. Let teams make decisions

Teams must be able to make decisions on their own without seeking approval from others. Execution will be faster and happier.

They’re the ones who are closest to the problems and deal with them every day, not a random manager. Remove bureaucracies.

7. Don’t let fear of failure guide what you do

No one knows anything! Players are changing, the projects are changing, we are changing. Life is like a constant moving target. Failures are learnings.

8. Don’t create nonsense processes and rules

Applying one rule to all games don’t make sense. Some games needed six weeks to get to a playable and others needed six months.

9. Traditional goal settings doesn’t work in a culture of independence

Don’t waste time on meetings to set fancy company goals, nobody will remember what the goals are. Keep simple clear goals.

10. Work

Be in the correct mood and create.

Supercell keeps making millions every year from their mobile games thanks to its good way of working.


Game ↔️ Your project

Players ↔️ Your audience

Company ↔️ Yourself or your small team

Meetings ↔️ Your clear goals

Thanks for reading!

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22 learnings from a 22 years old girl building a business

Recently I turned 22! 🥳

And here are my 22 learnings and achievements from this year that made me grow A LOT.

1. First dollar from the internet

Made my first dollar from the Internet. I encourage everybody to do it, it’s a mindset change!

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2. Become a maker

Nowadays you can work for yourself, so why working for companies? The future is made of all types of makers.

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3. Life goals

Set long term goals. Where want you to be in 5 years? Act today to achieve it.

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4. How much are you worth it?

You are more worth than your payslip. Go search better opportunities.

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5. Laziness is your enemy

Don’t procrastinate. As Picasso said: “When inspiration comes, better finds you working.”

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6. Self-confidence is powerful

Measures your daily progress, that boosts your self-confidence. Take notes of what you have done every day.

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7. Partners for life

The best financial decisions are made with your partner. Some important expenses are not that important.

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8. Search and learn

If you want to do something and don’t know how, just learn how to do it. Start by doing little projects with easy goals.

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9. Two types of people on social media

Use social media smart, don’t be just a simple consumer and start becoming a creator.

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10. Earn money, buy income

Save money and money will save you. Money gives us the security to achieve our goals. So earn money, buy income.

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11. Network is a chance for opportunities

As Kanye West says: “Contacts are a better currency than money”. Network gives you many opportunities, don’t be shy and start talking.

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12. Habits are all

Improve yourself every 6 months. If you think you’re still the same from 6 months ago, you need to change some habits.

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13. Listen

Surround yourself with people better than you. You can learn from what you listen to and from your mistakes.

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14. There is more than one path

If you choose the same path all people choose, you will end up at the same spot.

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15. Everyone is different

Compare you with your past self, stop comparing with others. Learn everyday something new, no matter how small or big.

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16. Timeboxing

Put deadlines to your own tasks. For my time management I use timeboxing. Helps me stay focused and get my work done.

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17. A student for life

You never have to stop studying. If you stop, search for something new to learn.

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18. Coding is a superpower

Better know how to code, is like a super power! You will understand much better how thighs work and which constrains you may have.

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19. Write

Everybody can write a blog, a book or a course. Just start doing it today about something you are really passionate about.

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20. Graduation cap

I graduated from college.

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21. Every year a new list

Create a list like this every year about your learnings. This will help you look back and keep a track of your progress.

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22. Be worth it

Work hard and share it. Everyone loves others doing amazing stuff and people will try to contact you if you are competent enough.

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Thanks for reading!

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How to play CashOut Games? Rules and instrucctions

CashOut Games is a Trivia Game for messaging apps you can play free on Telegram with your friends. There are different topics available to challenge your knowledge and +1000 assorted questions.

Every day at the same hour, a new Quiz will start. You will have only one chance to answer it right. So choose the topic you have more expertise in and compete with the other participants to lead the ranking!

Learn new things and have fun! The more knowledge you have on a topic, the more opportunities you will have to earn real money.

How to play? 🔎

1. One Quiz available per day 🧠

This is the main feature that defines CashOut Games, each day you will have available at the same hour one Quiz to answer. In fact, you can hang out with your friends 😎 to answer the Quiz and have a better chance of winning.

2. One correct answer ✅

Every question has only one correct answer ✅ and you have only one chance to answer it right. If you fail, the Quiz will end for you and you will have to wait until the Quiz finished and you will see your score.

There are 5 questions in each Quiz, you have to choose the right answer from the four options each question has.

3. No worries if you fail a question 🤔

If you miss a question, don’t worry! You can use a wildcard 🃏 to continue answering the Quiz.

4. Limited time to answer ⏱️

There is a limited time 🕒 to answer for each question. If you run out of time click the button [🚀 Skip question 🚀].

5. Answer fast ⚡

ATTENTION ⚠️ If you answer fast, you will obtain a better score. You have 15 seconds to answer each question.

How to communicate with CashOut Telegram Bot? 🤖

1. Using menu keyboard buttons ⌨️

The menu buttons is the way you can send commands to the bot to enjoy all the features and play. In other words, it works like a conventional menu of any mobile app.

You can click in the icon on your keyboard to show the current active menu.

2. Using on-screen buttons in chat 📱

While playing CashOut Games, sometimes will appear on-screen buttons inside the chat to do a certain action. You are able to interact with these buttons too.

You can use the button inside the chat to send commands to the Bot.

All you can find in CashOut Games 🎮

In this section we are going deeper on CashOut features. In other words, we are going to write a little tour through all that features you can find inside the main menu and explain how each one works.

CashOut Games keyboard menu.

Daily Quiz 🎯

Every day at the same hour a new different Quiz will start, everyone must connect at the same time in order to play, so you can meet your friends and answer questions together. We will send you a notification minutes before the quiz starts to remind you when the Quiz starts, so don’t miss it!

Daily Quiz button.

Solo Quiz ⏳

If you prefer to answer the Quiz at any time, you are lucky! The Solo Quiz is perfect for you. Every day a new Quiz is available and you have 24h to play it.

Solo Quiz button.

Balance 💸

Check your balance at any time. In this section you will find how many diamonds you have and your total money earned. Plus, relevant information about how to get the money into your bank account.

My Balance button.

Shop 🛒

At the CashOut Games shop, you will find a assorted selection of different packs containing diamonds 💎. We offer you different quantities of diamonds that you can use to boost yourself while you are answering the Quizzes. If you fail a question, you will be able to use a wildcard 🃏.

Besides, there are continuous special offers that last 24h at the shop.

Shop button.

Community 💬

In this section you can join the CashOut Telegram community to chat with other players and share your opinions or suggestions. There are very cool people inside!

Community button.

Info 🆘

Find a little help about how to play and refresh how CashOut Games works.

Please, if you have any problem, want to say something or propose new CashOut Games topics, contact us! 🚀

Join our community 💬 to chat with other players online.

Info button.

Invite a friend and earn money 😎

You can invite your friends to play CashOut Games with you. For each friend who start playing CashOut Games thanks to your invitation, you will receive an amount of real money.

Inivite a friend and earn money button.

Ranking 🏆

We show you your current ranking position and your total money earned. If you can see how other players are performing, you can see top 5, top 15, top 30 and much more positions.

Ranking button.

Thank you for reading! 😊

If you find useful this post, share it! We will appreciate it ❤️


How to stand out on Twitter using color theory

Standing out on Twitter can be hard for newcomers. You can get better results by only choosing a color for your entire content.

I analyzed +200 Twitter profiles to find what color performs better.

What color should you choose?


According to my research, this is the portcetange of usage:

  • Yellow: 25.92% |||||
  • Black: 22.22% ||||
  • Blue: 14.81% |||
  • White: 11.11% ||
  • Green: 9.25% ||
  • Purple: 7.40% ||
  • Orange: 5.55% |
  • Red: 3.74% |

Why is it important to have a brand color?

When someone likes a tweet they go to visit your profile account, then they see:

  • Your fixed tweet.
  • Your header image.
  • Your profile image.
  • Bio description.

If you have a bright color within every image on your profile, and your content also uses it, in the long run people will remember you for that color.

So when your content is shared, it can be related to your profile.

This is an easy way to create your personal brand.

Benefits of using a brand color:

  • Differentiate from other profiles.
  • Influence moods or feelings. (Depends on cultural differences, personal experiences or context)
  • Your profile looks more professional.

More benefits:

  • Easier to remember.
  • Easier to create new content with that, USA flag colors are used constantly in products with the real form of the entire flag.

People are very good at recognizing patterns and faces. The combination of a color pattern with a face is a brutal combo for our brain.

This is one more reason to start using a certain color in your profile and content.

Context is king, for instance in some eastern cultures the green is associated to be unlucky, also as it is associated with infidelity.

You need to do some research first.

We are going to walk through the profiles with the most used color to the profiles with the least used colors.

You will find which color is the best for your profile and content.

🟡 Team Yellow (25.92%)

Its brightness is particularly useful in catching the consumer’s eyes and it’s used to simulate relax, awake awareness.

Lots of profiles are using yellow as their main color, probably because it’s very cheerful.

It works because it pushes you to press the profile picture.

But if a lot of people use it, it stops drawing attention.

So probably not the best choice right now if you want to stand out.

🟡 @hellojerryalex uses a light tinted yellow on his profile pic, but the drawing in it make it unique! Also, emphasizes his profile choosing a yellow flat cover pic.

🟡 @zhenpixels has a cool face sketch, that makes the difference. In this case, he also chooses a yellow flat cover pic, so the main focus is in his sketch face.

🟡 @wes_kao stands out for the clarity and contrast of her photo with the yellow background. Also, she uses the yellow flat cover pic team, simplicity is cool!

🟡 @AlexLlullTW has a black & white filter on his photo, which contrasts more with the yellow background. The black arrow on his cover pic adds personality to his profile, simple and effective.

🟡 @MicahIverson uses black circles on his cover pic that reminds me to a cheetah, has a lot of personality and only with a few circles!

🟡 @makerskitchen profile stand out because they mix the illustration of a chef with the community of makers and uses the same illustrator for their cover pic, a good choice to define the brand.

🟡 @uxblake has a nice black and whote illustrator of his face making a perfect contrast with the yellow background and very easy to recognize. He takes advantage of his cover pic to explain what his product is about.

🟡 @stew_hillhouse has a nice white stroke around his head and it gives him a nice personal touch. On his cover pic he is promoting his podcast, sad that a piece of text is covered by his profile pic.

🟡 @TheArtOfIdeas a light bulb black icon reinforce the purpose of the account. On the cover pic shows a book available to buy with a great slogan. Yellow can also be related to light, so it makes sense.

🟡 @KateBour her glasses add personality. She uses a lighter yellow tone but the glasses and the contrast with blue on her cover pic makes his profile always recognizable.

🟡 @stuhecdamir profile pic stand out because of yellow but most importantly, the soccer ball on his head! As his app is about highlighting, yellow is the best choice.

🟡 @cammipham yellow takes almost half part of her profile pic and makes sense because she looks very happy. Yellow evokes happiness, so is a nice choice!

🟡 @web yellow takes almost all of your profile picture, that’s why it stands out. He looks happy too, so yellow is a good choice because it also represents positivity.

🟡 @marckohlbrugge the facial expression of the black sketch and the yellow background makes it stand out a lot, the cap is also an identifying element. All this gives a great personality to the profile pic.

⚫ Team Black (22.22%)

Works well for brands wishing to promote power, formality, profession, etc and used to hide feelings, intimidate, radiate authority.

People wearing a black t-shirt, people with black backgrounds, people with both!

Good for light mode, bad for dark mode.

⚫ @traf profile pic is a nice example of blending yourself with the background, in this case he achieves it by wearing a black t-shirt and adding black shadows. 

⚫ @raunofreiberg black t-shirt blends with the background and makes a good contrast with his skin color. Also, he is in black flat cover pic team.

⚫ @mds profile pic is almost covered by black, but the nice light applied on his faces makes is profile easy to recognize. His cover profile is very funny and different from other profiles, we can remember this account thanks to this funny photo.

⚫ @xtbhyn the orange an blue shadows on his face makes the difference, bringing personality and contrasts with the black background.

⚫ @adrian_twarog is in black t-shirt team! He makes a good use of his cover pic showing the type of content he creates.

⚫ @alexwestco is in black t-shirt team too! The contrast with the white background is very clear and draws attention. With a simple text on his cover pic shows his product.

⚫ @FNTey black t-shirt team as well, in this case black jacket. Very clear slogan on his cover pic explaining what his product does. Sometimes you don’t need too much text.

⚫ @tbremer19 black t-shirt team! Super nice contrast with the white wall on his background and his funny face make this account memorable.

⚫ @zhenyary black t-shirt team, black flat cover pic and contrast with the white background. Her pose in the photo is what makes the difference, so you can be creative and search for a cool pose.

⚫ @dvassallo and @siim profile pic are professional, clean and their facial expression gives a sense of positivity but also formality.

🔵 Team Blue (14.81%)

Is the most popular color in terms of brand creation, basically because it reduces stress, relax, secure and it brings order.

I thought I would find more blue color profiles, as there are many studies that say that it’s the color that people like the most.

But probably, since blue is everywhere, it is not the best to attract attention.

🔵 @rylandking uses literally a profile pic, this pose is not common and neither is the turquoise background color! His profile is aesthetically pleasing, his header pic contains a wave with a little surfboard that works well with the blue-ish color.

🔵 @AlexAndBooks_ is all about blue, he uses blue on his website as well creating a link between the web and Twitter. Also, he uses a stroke on his pic to highlight himself.

🔵 @NathanLatka has a site where blue is the main color, so choosing it for his profile pic is a good move. He also uses his profile pic to show his product, highlighting the important part in blue.

🔵 @michalmalewicz use a gradient between blue and purple, to be honest I didn’t see almost anyone using a gradient for their profile pic, so it can be a good way to stand out! Also, notice how the lights on his cover pic match the background gradient of his profile.

🔵 @george__mack the particular illustration of himself and the celestial background are what make his profile easy to remember.

🔵 @zenorocha uses a particular pose to stand out and the blue background reinforces it. As I said before, a genuine pose and a background color can make the difference.

🔵 @mrsharma has a happy face and an electric blue background, a profile pic that sends good vibes is always a good choice!

🔵 @GoodMarketingHQ profile is very easy to recognize. He changed his profile pic some time ago and he had to put the bulb logo back again, because people were confused and they didn’t recognize the brand.

⚪ Team White (11.11%)

White is widely used in websites because it’s easy to make contrast with all colors tones. Also gives a sense of cleanliness.

White has the same problem as black.

Bad for light mode, good for dark mode.

⚪ @jamesone_ is in white t-shirt team, funny face plus a cap makes the difference in this case. Also his cover pic is very uncommon and original and can be considered as his brand.

⚪ @codewithtaylor white t-shirt team! Not sure if it’s purely white, but stands out because of the bricks on his background. His brand is written down on his cover pic with a similar color as the bricks.

⚪ @AnTheMaker has blended a white circle and the word “AN”, is very neat and stands out because of the white “AN”. Also, reinforces his brand with his cover pic, he is An and we have it clear.

⚪ @brandonthezhang He has a very origin making his profile easy to remember. The white background helps make the artwork stand out, making it a good choice. The quote on the cover pic reinforces his brand.

⚪ @jackbutcher profile will probably be remembered for his banner. His own profile picture is already associated with his brand.

⚪ @Julian profile pic is also very branded, we can easily recognize his profile because of his blue sketch. He doesn’t need anything else.

🟢 Team Green (9.25%)

It can have a balancing and harmonizing effect and it’s used for relaxation, revitalization and encouragement.

Not many people use green for his profiles.

So maybe you can find some eye-catching green tone and use it like me.

🟢 @nelio_leone his profile pic isn’t green at all, but the green outline stroke helps his pic to stand out. Uses the same color on his cover pic to present his slogan.

🟢 @GetMakerlog is a about shipping products in public, so the green color on their profile pic represents positivity and the icon is easy to recognize. The word “ship” on the cover pic makes clear their purpose.

🟢 @noahkagan and @vincenzolandino have profile pic with their face and a green background. I didn’t find much like this one.

🟣 Team Purple (7.40%)

Inspires reflection and self-awareness and uses for royalty, luxury, dignity, etc.

There aren’t many profiles using purple as their main color, so can be another good option to choose.

🟣 @florinpop1705 great use of purple in many of his content, he and his personal brand are related with this color. Purple color instantly drives to his profile, this is a great example of color related to a person.

🟣 @fajarsiddiqFS is a perfect example of a well branded profile. His balance between blue and purple is easy to recognize, reinforced by a personalized sketch.

🟣 @Larkef profile pic has a lot of personality thanks to his incredible crispy illustration! His cover pic shows us that he is a logo designer.

🟣 @AlexLPethick is the only one profile pic that I found with a photo and a purple background. Purple profiles are not that common, another reason to use this color.

🟠 Team Orange (5.55%)

A color of joy used for optimism, impulse, freedom, creation, communication and fun. Orange is king to draw attention. No wonder why Amazon uses it on their buy button.

Few profiles are using orange!

🟠 @JamieHoward profile is simple and clean. The orange on the can works wonders with his profile pic background.

🟠 @JensLennartsson profile is a good example of a brand. You can’t miss the zeppelin.

🟠 @MKBHD profile pic is another example of clarity. A facial expression works like a charm with that crispy orange tone.

🔴 Team Red (3.70%)

Attracts the most attention and is associated with strong emotions like excitement, love, romance, style.

I didn’t find any red personal profile and I was shocked because with red you can capture attention very easily.

It can draw negative emotions so be careful with red.

Red is usually used to draw attention, if you use another less attractive color and add a single dot of red, everyone will focus on that point.

🔴 @devinsfountain profile uses a rare pinkish color. I have classified it as red because pink can be considered as light red. His illustration helps him to stand out plus his cover pic has patterns that are easy to remember, patterns are powerful tools, so use them.

🔴 @tjkcc uses a salmon tone. I put it on “Team Red” because this color is a shade of red. The filter applied on his photo gives a different touch that not many profiles have.

Take action

How can you find your perfect color?

  • Scroll down your Twitter feed and see which profile pictures catch your attention.
  • Find a color that not many profiles use and represent your brand with it.


  • Yellow is widely used.
  • Illustrated profile pics are increasing.
  • A nice pose on your profile pic and a shiny background catch the eye.
  • Color filters are rarely used, you have a great opportunity to use them and stand out.

Last thing,

  • Stick to the color you have picked.

It’s not a good idea to change your profile picture very often because people will start associating the color you have picked with you.

If you change it, people may not recognize your content at first sight.

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This is another extract of an ebook I’m writing about stopping using Twitter as a consumer.

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That’s it for today!

If you enjoyed it or got inspired to make a “rebrand” of your profile, share it and spread the love to the Twitter thread.

Use #TwitterInColors on Twitter and share your color!


How Replying on Twitter Can Help Increase Your Engagement

Today I’m sharing some stats about some experiments that increase my Twitter follow count.

I ended up with +50% more followers with:

  • 20 minutes of daily work.
  • 3 weeks.

So here are the actions (and failures) I did. I call it “net fishing” 🎣 👇

1/ Net fishing is all about:

  • Keeping your feed clean.
  • Focus on accounts with the same followers you want.

I’ll explain later why get rid of everyone that is not talking about similar topics you write.

2/ Now let’s say you have 200 followers and you create an excellent tweet.

You’ll get around +200 impressions, some more if you get a retweet.

3/ Imagine your tweet has 20% of engagement.

That’s 40 people that already follow you interacting with your tweet.

So this translates to few new followers.

4/ A big account retweeting you is a good miracle.

But miracles are rare. We can’t wait to be lucky.

So let’s take action.

5/ I unfollowed accounts that don’t belong to my target audience.

Keeping my feed clean is key to interacting with people that have the same followers as you want.

This might seem unnecessary, but it makes a difference when you want to invest time on Twitter instead of wasting it.

6/ Start following the big ones.

You will need to find big accounts that have a message similar to yours.

Later we will catch those juicy followers that are consuming the content you produce.

7/ Here is the best part.

I lost my fear of interacting with people with lots of followers.

But I learned to interact only if I have something to say to add value.

If you don’t add up you will get 0 engagements.

8/ Here’s an example from a reply to @GoodMarketingHQ:

  • +4.4k impressions
  • 1.8% engagement

That’s around 80 people that don’t know me and now they have a chance to do so.

9/ He answered with a funny gif and that probably increased my reply impressions.

Humor and catchy words drag people to you. Be creative.

10/ The important thing here is that they are not part of my followers.

So you can bring new ones to your side.

“Net fishing” is acting here.

11/ Here’s another example from a reply to @MengTo:

  • +2.5k impressions
  • 1.4% engagement

He answered mentioning the creator of the resources he was using.

That brought more attention to my reply too.

12/ I’m polishing techniques to stop using Twitter as a consumer and become a producer.

This thread is an extract of the ebook “3 Techniques to Rocket Launch your Twitter Account”.

If you don’t want to miss how it’s evolving I’m updating this thread, you’re free to follow me on Twitter.

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This is my first thread, I think sharing my experience could be useful for someone that wants to increase the magic number.

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