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Twitter Now Allow Professional Profile To Write Work Information

Twitter is launching new Live Test feature to professional profiles that will provide a new way for the brands to present themselves on the platform.

As explained by Twitter:

“Professional Profiles are a new tool that will allow businesses, non-profits, publishers, and creators – anyone who uses Twitter for work – to display specific information about their business directly on their profile. We’re starting with a small pool of businesses in the U.S. and will give more accounts access to Professional Profiles in the coming months.”

There are now more information about potential employers inside the professional profile frame, including contact and address details.

The new layout differs from personal handles, howeve Twitter’s announcement of Professional profiles today shows a format that is slightly different from the one in its blog preview first published earlier last month, when the company included more options like business categories and badges.

Twitter has added new option for users to write work information

Twitter could introduce new opportunities by creating separate business profiles, as Facebook and Instagram have already done, both for brand promotion and creating new ways to categorize and manage exposure through the use of separate business profiles. 

Twitter could introduce new opportunities by creating separate business profiles, as Facebook and Instagram have already done, both for brand promotion and creating new ways to categorize and manage exposure through the use of separate business profiles. 

The company may also aspire to follow Facebook, for instance, and reduce the reach of business profile tweets in order to encourage ad investment, which would allow it to increase advertising spend in order to maximize promotions, while also boosting interactivity between individuals.

Moreover, given the brand names have been mixed in with everything else.

For Since those few years ago, most of the best brands have already adapted their messages to remain relevant and make a positive impression on their followers.

Not to mention, people are often following brands that they want to hear from, which may make it difficult for Twitter to justify such a move.

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