Remember, you can always head to Twitter for more information and support.
You will need to pick a Twitter name (also known as your handle). Each handle starts with @. You have up to 15 characters. Pick either your brand name or a version of your name that will make it easy for your audience to find you.
Choose your profile pic. This is the icon that will show every time you tweet, so your logo is a great option.
Next up is your bio. You have 160 characters to tell people about your business, organisation, or venue.
Now it’s time to add in your header image. This will be the prominent image at the top of your page.
Last up is a pinned tweet. This is one tweet you get to choose that will always appear at the top of your feed.
Here's a great example from Keith Scarrott, a Cheltenham based luxury shoe boutique.
Once you have created your business's Twitter page, connect it to your Maybe* account and start to engage with the audiences that matter to your business.