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Do you ever follow those people on Twitter who don’t have their personal photos? Let’s be honest. Normally we don’t like following people we don’t know or at least have a picture of their personality on their profiles.

That little default photo that Twitter supplies is okay. However, experience has shown me that 99% of the accounts that don’t have a picture belong to spammers and robot  accounts–not the kind of “people” we want to include in our social network.

So, if you don’t have a picture for your Twitter profile, I’m may not be following you.  And I’m not alone. You look suspicious.  You don’t appear to be interest in participating.  You bear a strange resemblance to a spambot.  That’s not your best look. But you can do better than that.

If you don’t have a picture up yet, get into your Twitter profile and upload one now. If for some reason, you really don’t want to have a picture of yourself publicized in the Twitter universe, find a stock photo of a cedar tree on a summer day or a cute kitten or even a boat by the lakeshore.

Allow something in your profile to describe you as a real person. That there is a real person behind the tweets. You owe it to yourself really to upload a photo describing you as person in Twitter. Bottom line, your picture is worth a thousand followers in Twitter.

Find out more about “How to Follow Friends and Tweet People” and increase your following.

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