Twitter Stickers Now Available To All
By showing emoloji’s in your tweets it shows you took the time to convey a special message and feeling to others. You showed them vs. telling them. Stickers have been the rage on Snapchat for some time as that network continues to grow.
“Show me, don't tell me” ― Anton Chekhov Click To Tweet
Using Twitter Stickers is easy as 1-2-3! See the steps below to start using yours today on your mobile device.
Step One – Upload a Photo, See Tap to add stickers below and click on the emoloji icon.
Step Two – Choose your Twitter sticker and click on it. There are many to choose from. Have fun with it!
Click the Twitter sticker to upload on photo and you can resize it if you like. You can place the stickers anywhere on your photo. Once you see the samples below you’ll start to get some good ideas.
You can make the images smaller or larger and place anywhere on the photo. Be creative.
— Cynthia Toti (@CynthiaToti) July 31, 2016
Why Use Twitter Stickers?
- Creativity – You can get very creative using the new Twitter Stickers with your marketing and personal tweets.
- Smart Marketing – People will respond better with fun images. You can add these images to your logo, photos, etc to make them stand out more.
- Eye Popping Images – The photos will become more noticeable in the Twitter feed. If users can relate to your stickers they may start to follow you.
- Searchable – Once your Twitter sticker is on a photo, the sticker will become searchable just like a hashtag. The sticker will show in a timeline.
- Fun – Allows Twitter users to have fun on the network and spend more time on Twitter.
See some cool ideas on how you can use Twitter Stickers below:
— Twitter Media (@twittermedia) July 29, 2016
— Joe Chengery (@jchengery) July 31, 2016
Packing district featuring Twitter stickers ?? pic.twitter.com/8VIMFz4oPS
— yas (@yasminhlu) August 1, 2016
twitter stickers can be so useful pic.twitter.com/tLqK2Xdrcv
— May (@banditregina) July 22, 2016
— Syeda Tuba A. (@TubaAtweets) July 22, 2016
— Tara Hastings (@MetTaraHastings) August 2, 2016
— ICE AGE (@IceAge) July 22, 2016