Twitter tips--Setting Twitter account Picture

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Setting Twitter account Picture

If the eyes are the windows of the soul, your Twitter picture is the window of your account
Sort of. To see what I mean, check out the list of Twitterers.See the picture in the lower right corner? 
That’s the generic image that Twitter displays when a user hasn’t taken the time to choose 
his or her own picture.

Of course, no one’s going to put a gun to your head to force you to put up your own picture, but that generic image is rather lame, and it tells folks that you haven’t got your act together enough to spend the couple of minutes that it takes to set your own picture. Even better, choosing your own picture is a chance to have a bit of fun.

 Most Twitterers use simple head shots of themselves, but a large percentage use something else 
entirely: a cartoon character, a caricature, an animal, a logo, or whatever. Feel free to let your imagination run a bit wild here.Once you’ve settled on an image that suits your style, 

follow these steps to add it to your profile:

 1.  Sign in to your Twitter account.

 2.  Click Settings. The Settings page appears.

 3.  Click the Picture tab.

 4.  Click Browse. If you’re using Safari, click Choose 

File, instead. A file selection dialog box 

 5.  Choose the file you want to use, and then click Open (or Choose in Safari). You can 
use either a JPEG or a PNG file, and the maximum size is 700KB.

 6.  Click Save. Twitter updates your profile with the new image.

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