How to Change Your Agency’s Twitter Header Image

Some of you may have noticed something new lately on Twitter. Following in the same footsteps as Facebook and Google+ cover photos, Twitter is now offering something similar called header images.

According to NBC’s Today, “There’s now a huge header image that runs across the top, sort of like the banner image that Facebook users have on their timelines. The page itself has been reoriented to play up other visuals as well: Your avatar is no longer tucked in the corner, but will display front and center. The photo stream, too, has been moved up, and will now be accessible on the apps.”

Activating your header image is quick and seamless. Click here for a good tutorial.

I’m already seeing some great examples of organizations utilizing the new feature. In one case, the New York Giants change their header image on a weekly basis depending on the upcoming opponent.

Please share examples from any government agencies!

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