Twitter keeps enhancing its site for its users. Images say a thousand words and Twitter is listening. Images for twitter are now uncropped so the viewer can see them as they were meant to be.
“There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.”
~ Pablo Picasso
Twitter for Artists
If you do not have a twitter account I recommend that you read, 10 REASONS TO HAVE YOUR ART BUSINESS ON TWITTER.
Twitter is a real-time social network site that has been around for a long time and continues to enhance its user experience.
In the beginning you could only share a few words to your followers.
Today you can have 140 characters, links, images and photos.
Twitter allows you to connect with other artist professionals and potential buyers.
Images for twitter used to be cropped. The viewer would only be able to see a portion of the image if the image was not sized properly.
This could make it difficult for artists to showcase their artwork. If the image of the artwork was an odd size to viewer would only be able to see a portion of the image on the timeline. The only way the entire image was viewable is if the image was clicked on.
Now the images are not cropped and will showcase the beauty of your artwork on your timeline.
Twitter also allows you to add more than one image. This is helpful if you like to show up close photos of your artwork to show the texture of your art.
Go to twitter now. You will be pleasantly surprised.
If you are new to Twitter or have not joined yet, these articles will be helpful:
- TWITTER BASICS BUILD YOUR ART BUSINESS
- SHARE YOUR ART BRAND WITH TWITTER
- OPTIMIZE YOUR TWITTER ART BUSINESS WITH KEYWORDS
- 10 REASONS TO HAVE YOUR ART BUSINESS ON TWITTER
Are you on twitter? Have you seen the new images? What are your thoughts?
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