Facebook may have the most users in the world but Twitter is the only social network to create such an online culture – the “tweet” culture. Started by a small company in 2006, Twitter has grown to become global phenomenon. With well over 500 million users worldwide, it would be difficult to find someone in the wired world who doesn’t know about Twitter.

One factor that has always worked in Twitters favor is the simplicity of their logo. Thousands, if not millions, of websites proudly display their “tweets” giving Twitter an incredible amount of exposure. The simple twitter bird can be found on the most professional of websites to a simple blog and everything in between. Anyone interested in creating a branding empire of their own should consider the triumphs of Twitter in the global market.

The first logo of Twitter, much like their business, was incredibly simple. All it consisted of was a blue sign spelling out the company name on a white background. This simple logo was meant to convey the simplicity of the company itself. All that people could do was write 250 quick characters and, despite its simple nature, the action of “tweeting” took off.

In 2010 Twitter decided that it needed a new logo. They wanted something that perfectly symbolized the tweets that were the cornerstone of the business so they invented the twitter bird. The twitter bird summed up the objectives of the company perfectly. Not only did “tweets” sound like something a bird would do, but his quick and speedy look symbolized the quick and simple messages that the service offered.

In 2012 Twitter once again updated its logo. The very simple change merely deleted the word twitter and in its place left a much larger Twitter Bird. The reason for this change is probably quite simple. Twitter, in short, had become so famous that they didn’t even need to use the Twitter name. People, just by seeing the bird, would instantly know what it symbolized.

As the company was in such a rare position, they decided to focus exclusively on the bird. They made the bird much larger so it could attract more attention. They also changed the color of the bird to a darker blue to make it more pleasing to a wider audience.

The first logo of Twitter, much like their business, was incredibly simple. All it consisted of was a blue sign spelling out the company name on a white background. This simple logo was meant to convey the simplicity of the company itself. All that people could do was write 250 quick characters and, despite its simple nature, the action of “tweeting” took off.

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In 2010 Twitter decided that it needed a new logo. They wanted something that perfectly symbolized the tweets that were the cornerstone of the business so they invented the twitter bird. The twitter bird summed up the objectives of the company perfectly. Not only did “tweets” sound like something a bird would do, but his quick and speedy look symbolized the quick and simple messages that the service offered.

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In 2012 Twitter once again updated its logo. The very simple change merely deleted the word twitter and in its place left a much larger Twitter Bird. The reason for this change is probably quite simple. Twitter, in short, had become so famous that they didn’t even need to use the Twitter name. People, just by seeing the bird, would instantly know what it symbolized.

As the company was in such a rare position, they decided to focus exclusively on the bird. They made the bird much larger so it could attract more attention. They also changed the color of the bird to a darker blue to make it more pleasing to a wider audience.

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