My New Custom Twitter Background

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Those who are following me on Twitter know that I recently uploaded a new custom made Twitter background to my Twitter home page. The background was created for me by Hugh Briss of Twitter Image.

Hugh and Twitter Image has created backgrounds for some of the Internet’s biggest bloggers. As you can see from the screen shot above, and judging from the reaction on Twitter, Hugh did a fantastic job on my background. I feel the new background fits my brand perfectly.

Hugh will create a custom Twitter background for only $100. If you are a Twitter influencer with at least 5,000 Twitter followers and will allow Hugh to place a credit for on your background, you may qualify for a free background design. While I may have received my background for free, I would have gladly paid more than $100 for it. That’s why I’m blogging about it. Giving Twitter Image a free post that advertisers pay $500 for is the least I can do for the work Hugh did on my background.

How Much Is Your Brand Worth?

Frankly, I’m a bit taken back from some of the Twitter comments saying the background cost too much. How much is your brand worth to you? By saying $100 for a custom Twitter background is too much, you’re saying that your brand is pretty much worthless.

As your blog gets bigger, you will start to realize just how important the power of the brand is. It’s the only thing that separates you from the other 120 million blogs out there. Your Twitter home page is part of your blog’s brand. It should project the same professional image and not use the same background that millions of other Twitter users are using.

I want to thank Hugh and Twitter Image for creating my custom background. I hope this post brings them a lot of business. They deserve it.

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