If you have a Twitter page, there’s no reason why it can’t be personalized to match your website. Yes, there are design constraints but it’s still possible to make a Twitter page that stands out from the crowd.
Here’s an example. LitQuotes is a quotations website. Their website looks like this:
The new LitQuotes Twitter page shares the look and feel of the main website. It also gives followers more information about LitQuotes.
Contact us if you need help making your Twitter page stand out from the crowd.