- Your Twitter Handle (@name)
Your Twitter handle is what people use to interact directly with you. It will become part of your social identity. Your Twitter handle can include up to 15 characters and should help people quickly find your mascot. Your best choice will likely be your mascots name
- Your Profile Picture
Your profile picture will be included in every one of your posts so you will want to make it count. Take a fun headshot of your mascot, including any props or logos that make him easy to identify! Aim for an image that is 400x400 pixels
- Your Bio
You have 160 characters to tell people about your mascot. You can talk about who they represent, their favourite things and their pastimes. Make the description fun and personable. You can also include a link to your organization’s website (it doesn’t count towards your word count)
- Your Header Image
Your header image is another way for you to show your mascot's personality visually. Choose a picture that is engaging or that relates back to your mascot. The more fun it is, the more inviting your page will be. Aim for an image that is 1500x500
- Your Pinned Tweets
Pinned Tweets allow you to keep important and well-preforming performing tweets at the top of your page. If your mascot will be at a local event or has a tweet that is doing really well, in terms of engagement, pin it. It will help new visitors get engaged faster.
The BAM Mascots team blends creativity with manufacturing excellence to create an innovative, high-quality mascot for your school, sports team or organization. With more than 25 years experience in mascot design and manufacturing, and hundreds of mascots in our portfolio, the BAM team has the knowledge and skills to bring your dream mascot to life. Contact us today at 1-877-858-4226 to get started!