Friday, February 28, 2014

It’s Time to Tweet a Redesign

 Twitter users may have noticed a change to their profiles recently as the website unveiled its new look. The popular social networking site which inhabits around 645,750,000 users has completely left its comfort zone. Now the site slightly resembles Facebook by adopting a tweet stream and focusing more on photos. Those who designed the website have added a new category for users to keep track of photos and videos along with their lists, favorites, and followers. Twitter developers have also added an option for the stream to show not only "Tweets" but "Tweets and replies" for every user, which was a luxury reserved previously for verified members only.

It’s not the first time that Twitter has tested out certain adjustments and used a large user base for feedback. With the success of newer sites such as Instagram, it’s a great business move for Twitter to spice up their website, which hasn't changed very much lately. The once number one social networking site has recently admitted to having a major decline in user growth due to its lack of user friendliness. Also the decline has forced Twitter to take a major cut in the stock department. Revamping their website design could actually help save the social network from crashing to the ground.

Centel Media™ is the top online reputation management company today and they are fully dedicated to the development of their client’s online reputationCentel Media™ has assisted a lot of companies with their website by offering website design services. Your website is a direct representation of your company or brand and it’s important that the structure of your website is left in capable hands. A company website should be as creative as possible without losing any of its professionalism and easy accessibility.

Centel Media™ expert team of writer and graphic artists collaborate to create a website that their client can be proud of. The graphics side of the team creates logos and images that will help to draw in potential clients. The literary side of the team creates interesting articles to include in the client’s website. All of these different aspects will help to deliver traffic to the client’s site. A well designed website can be that thing that sets you a part from the competition.

Tia’Lavon Butler,
Creative Writer,
Jonathan Wong,

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