Today I’m launching 🧵

I found this idea while struggling finding great Twitter threads to learn from.

A thread (what else could it be) 👇
Sharing a sad link on Twitter no longer works.

Twitter threads had become the perfect way to tell a story.

Just watch the results of this experiment by @alfred_lua via @buffer Image
I found people creating curated threads like @AlexLlullTW, @tobydoyhowell, @GoodMarketingHQ and now @justinmooretfam

But let’s be honest, it’s impossible to follow everybody to be aware when the next top thread is coming out. Image
Then I thought:

- Many threads get lost on Twitter.
- Threads are becoming a powerful marketing tool.
- They’re an easy way to consume content.
So I started to search for some forum platform to share and find threads, like @IndieHackers but for Twitter threads.

I found some platforms to unroll threads, but that’s it.

- No upvotes
- No tags
- No top threads
Just learned how to make a website to build my idea: 🧵💪

It's crazy the opportunities the internet can give you.

This reminds me of @levelsio Image
⚡️ Less than 20 seconds to submit a thread.
🏷️ Added relevant tags, just filter and find threads.
🔥 Upvote those threads you think are cool to make a curated selection of the best of day, of week and of month.
It would be amazing to share 🧵 with your friends, it really supports and it’s free!

We are a couple of indie devs trying to grow, just a little action means a lot to us.

And last but not least, remember to share your threads on 🧵

Let's make this work. 💪
Big shout-out to @rescoluis, my partner in life. 🎉

Without him wouldn't have been possible.

I'm newbie at coding and I always appreciate his help.
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4 Oct
Standing out on Twitter can be hard for newcomers.

You can get better results by only choosing a color for your entire content.

I analyzed +200 Twitter profiles to find what color performs better.

What color should you choose? A thread. 👇
According to my research, this is the portcetange of usage:

- Yellow: 25.92% |||||
- Black: 22.22% ||||
- Blue: 14.81% |||
- White: 11.11% ||
- Green: 9.25% ||
- Purple: 7.40% ||
- Orange: 5.55% |
- Red: 3.74% |
Why is it important to have a brand color?

When someone likes a tweet they go to visit your profile account, then they see:

- Your header image.
- Your profile image.
- Your fixed tweet.
- Bio description.
Read 22 tweets
4 Oct
⚫ Team Black (22.22%)


Works well for brands wishing to promote power, formality, profession, etc and used to hide feelings, intimidate, radiate authority.
People wearing a black t-shirt.

People with black backgrounds.

People with both!

Good for light mode, bad for dark mode.
@traf profile pic is a nice example of blending yourself with the background, in this case he achieves it by wearing a black t-shirt and adding black shadows.
Read 14 tweets
4 Oct
🟢 Team Green (9.25%)


It can have a balancing and harmonizing effect and it’s used for relaxation, revitalization and encouragement.

Not many people use green for his profiles.

So maybe you can find some eye-catching green tone and use it like me.
🟢 @nelio_leone his profile pic isn’t green at all, but the green outline stroke helps his pic to stand out. Uses the same color on his cover pic to present his slogan.
🟢 @GetMakerlog is a about shipping products in public, so the green color on their profile pic represents positivity and the icon is easy to recognize. The word “ship” on the cover pic makes clear their purpose.
Read 5 tweets
4 Oct
🔵 Team Blue (14.81%)


Is the most popular color in terms of brand creation, basically because it reduces stress, relax, secure and it brings order.
I thought I would find more blue color profiles, as there are many studies that say that it’s the color that people like the most.

But probably, since blue is everywhere, it is not the best to attract attention.
🔵 @rylandking uses literally a profile pic, this pose is not common and neither is the turquoise background color! His profile is aesthetically pleasing, his header pic contains a wave with a little surfboard that works well with the blue-ish color.
Read 11 tweets
4 Oct
🔴 Team Red (3.70%)


Attracts the most attention and is associated with strong emotions like excitement, love, romance, style.

I didn’t find any red personal profile and I was shocked because with red you can capture attention very easily.
It can draw negative emotions so be careful with red.

Red is usually used to draw attention, if you use another less attractive color and add a single dot of red, everyone will focus on that point.
🔴 @devinsfountain profile uses a rare pinkish color. I have classified it as red because pink can be considered as light red. His illustration helps him to stand out plus his cover pic has patterns that are easy to remember, patterns are powerful tools, so use them.
Read 5 tweets
4 Oct
🟡 Team Yellow (25.92%)


Its brightness is particularly useful in catching the consumer's eyes and it’s used to simulate relax, awake awareness.

Lots of profiles are using yellow as their main color, probably because it’s very cheerful.
It works because it pushes you to press the profile picture.

But if a lot of people use it, it stops drawing attention.

So probably not the best choice right now if you want to stand out.
🟡 @hellojerryalex uses a light tinted yellow on his profile pic, but the drawing in it make it unique! Also, emphasizes his profile choosing a yellow flat cover pic.
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