Twitter users often make the decision of whether or not to follow someone in seconds, meaning that you have very little time to impress.
We looked into why people chose not to follow profiles on Twitter, and crowdsourced a variety of reasons that users give for not hitting that "Follow" button.
But first, it's a good idea to take a look at how most people will see your Twitter profile. If someone finds you in his or her Home stream, or clicks on a "Who to follow" suggestion, the Profile Summary pop-up below shows what your potential audience sees of your Twitter presence.
This summary gives an brief overview — the top half of the display shows your avatar, header photo, bio and a tally of tweets, followers and users you follow. Below that, there's a "followed by" info box that appears if anyone the viewer follows also follows you. Finally, the summary displays your two latest tweets.Read the REST HERE