- Choose a name that is the same as your company. A local caterer, Bustini’s Catering, has secured the name @BustiniCatering! This makes it simple for people to find your account, as well as recognize it is you!
- If the name is taken, add a location description. Sarnia Photography, a photographer that focuses on lifestyle photography, chose @SarniaPhotos. While the name differs slightly Twitter followers will recognize the similarities.
- Don’t be afraid to get creative with short-forms of your business name. The Entrepreneurship Centre in Kingston, an organization that assists small businesses, has a Twitter handle of: @KtownBizCentre. It’s certainly cute and creative!
- Choose a name that is short. Twitter usernames are limited to 15 characters. The shorter the username, the more opportunity for “longer” quotes.
Get your thinking-cap on and be creative! If you’ve changed or updated your Twitter name, mention me on Twitter! I would love to hear about your account!