Twitter Face-Off Championship

Wow- we had a couple of close battles this week.  The two winners were @cloudhq with 54% of the vote and @vMistyque with 52%.  Congrats to @WarriorotCross and @EmElEEE for making it such a close battle.

Now we are down to two – the final matchup!  We will take votes through 11pm Friday (CST) – so we can wrap this thing up before Christmas Eve.


twitter portraits



Now it is YOUR turn.  Take a good, long look at both profile pictures.  Decide which one you like best and cast your vote.  Remember, the one with the most votes by Friday night will win the $25 iTunes gift card – so choose wisely!

Also- if there is a tie, the tie-breaker will be the person with the most comments below.  Please take the time to let us know which one you chose and WHY.  Your comment could be the deciding factor in the Championship.

Best of luck to both of the contestants!

Don’t forget to leave a comment and help your favorite win!

*** UPDATE ***

Well, the votes are in and here they are:

twitter portrait voting

Officlal Results from PollDaddy


Congratulations to @Cloudhq for winning the title!  Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote- it wouldn’t have been the same without you!

cloudhq portrait

The Best Twitter Profile Picture of 2011


  1. Michele

    Interesting, I have exactly the same opinion on Twitter. I have been thinking on using it as a blog promotion tool, but in the end, I gave up. My friends are on Facebook and Twitter just never caught with the most of them.

    • Larry

      That isn’t a problem Michele – its actually a way to find a lot of NEW photography friends/contacts. You should give it a shot!

  2. Margurite

    I like facebook better. Twitter is like a chatroom and yes you can chat or post status’s on facebook but you can also look at people’s pictures and share your pictures with family that don’t live in the same state/country as you.

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