- — Robert Hernandez (@webjournalist)Wed, Nov 30 2011 23:58:41Sadly, I'm missing #wjchat tonight. But here's a Q: Explain the story behind your Twitter avatar. How does it reflect/affect your branding?
- — Chris Verene (@ChrisVerene)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:02:46@webjournalist My Twitter Avatar is a photograph of my Aunt and Grandma. My work is in many major museums, so it's personal, & it's brand.
- — Staci Baird (@girljournalist)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:04:02
- — Nick Evershed (@NickEvershed)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:06:57
- — Peter Mann (@SPIRITofNORTH11)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:13:54
- — Megan Taylor (@selfmadepsyche)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:15:22
- — Nina Sandlin (@nsandlin)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:19:18
- — Tim Carmody (@tcarmody)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:30:30@webjournalist Mine is a birthday present from a friend; cartoon of my old avatar, plus an old tweet I wrote about a Miyazaki movie.
- — Tim Carmody (@tcarmody)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:32:07@webjournalist I love it because it visually distills me but I'm still complicated, enmeshed in culture in all its shades and humors.
- — Justin L. Abrotsky (@JustinAbrotsky)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:33:52
- — Molly Gray (@MollyReports)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:35:59@webjournalist Mine is just a headshot — but it's the same one I have on my business cards and website so I guess that's branding!
- — Steve Earley (@stephencearley)Thu, Dec 01 2011 00:43:28
What's the story behind your Twitter avatar?
I asked people to share their story behind their Twitter avatar. Why did they select that particular image and how does it affect your "brand" at all. This was in connection to tonight's #wjchat on branding.
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