You can change the “Web” field to any URL you’d like. Twitter allows you to put in as long a link as you’d like but if your URL is extremely long, you might consider using a URL link shortener.
Link to a Relevant Blog Post
If you have a company blog, you can also temporarily drive Twitter profile traffic to a relevant blog post.
If you sell grapple grommets (for example) and you happen to have a really killer blog post this week on the the “Top 10 Things to Consider When Purchasing Grapple Grommets,” then consider changing your Twitter profile URL (using the steps above) to link to your blog post instead of your business website’s homepage.
HINT: You can change your twitter profile URL as may times as you’d like — even to support every new blog post you publish, as in the example below.
Have you changed your Twitter profile URL to something other than your homepage? Perhaps you link to a specific Twitter Landing Page you’ve created? Let us know by leaving a comment below and you could be featured on Fan Friday!
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Is there any way you know to *show* onnly the homepage, while linking the user for a different landing page (in essence hide the URI).
We're using Google Analytics campaign tagging and it makes links ugly.
So I want to profile to show mysite.com while linking them to http://www.mysite.com/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=profile&utm_campaign=alwaysOn
What's the correct URL to show your Twitter name, last few tweets, and shows the follow button? Not a link to the full profile but an abbreviated one. It has some question marks after it but I forget the link. Thanks.