How to Add a Support Ribbon To Your Twitter Avatar
Adding a support ribbon to your Twitter avatar is a great way to demonstrate and show your support for a particular cause or charity. Many users add support ribbons to their avatars to support causes such as breast cancer awareness, cures for diabetes, anti-drunk driving, Earth Day, and more. The most common way to add a support ribbon to your Twitter avatar is to use the services provided by Twibbon. Twibbon allows you to log into their site using your Twitter username and password, select the support ribbon of your choice, and superimpose it over your Twitter avatar. You will also have the ability to change the ribbon to demonstrate your support for a different cause, or remove the support ribbon from your avatar completely at any time. Continue reading this article to learn of the steps for adding a support ribbon of your choice to your Twitter avatar.
When authorized, Twibbon will have the ability to read your tweets, see your followers, update your profile, and post tweets for you. If you click "No, thanks," you will not have the ability to use Twibbon's services.
For example, if you want a pink ribbon added to your avatar to support breast cancer awareness, type "breast cancer."
You will be provided with a number of different ribbons and other symbols you can add to your Twitter avatar to support your cause. For example, a search for breast cancer campaigns will allow you to choose from pink ribbons, pink lips, pink butterflies, and other pink items for your Twitter avatar.
A preview page will display your current Twitter avatar, with the support ribbon superimposed over your avatar.
You will also have the option to modify the size of the support ribbon.
Twibbon will then upload your new avatar with the support ribbon to your Twitter profile.
You will have the option to choose a new support ribbon, or revert back to your original Twitter avatar.