1.18.2009

Make your own Twitter Background - Ready PSD Files

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Are you ready to get a better Twitter background? Go ahead and download the files below and construct your own Twitter background. They are Photoshop files, and you or your designer shouldn't have any trouble reworking them to personalize them for yourself or your business. Enjoy!

Oh, and don't forget that once you have your new Twitter background done, you should upload it to Flickr and tag it "twitterbacks" so it will be shared in the list on the right of this page.


The "ProBlogger" Background
Inspired by Dareen Rowse at Problogger.net. View Darren's Twitter page. You can also see this one live in action on Jim Kukral's Twitter page. Here's another one to check out.

This is a great background for anyone with a personal brand, like a blogger or artist, etc...

Download PSD & make your own!


The Internet Genius "Going Green" Background
Another user submitted Twitterback from@annegogh on Twitter, check it out.

Download PSD & make your own!

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Visit TopGreen100.com if you have a green site.

The Internet Genius Background
Our first user submitted Twitterback from@internetgenius on Twitter, check it out.

Download PSD & make your own!


The Internet Genius "Blue Bar" Background
Our second user submitted Twitterback from@internetgenius on Twitter, check it out.

Download PSD & make your own!


The Business Professional Background
Nothing really inspired this one. It's very vanilla. View the Winelibrary.tv (Gary Vaynerchuk)Twitter page to see a good example.

This is a solid background layout for a business or a personal brand. I'm sure it can be fancied up quite a bit.

Download PSD & make your own!






1 comment

Pali Madra said...

The downloads are not more available :-(

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