Twitter likes complete information, so make sure you fill out everything, and make it compelling. You’ll need a name, profile picture, cover photo, website and bio. Include your birthday and make sure your tweets are set to “public” as well.
Don’t get too creative — for verification purposes, Twitter would prefer you to use your real name on your profile and include photos that accurately represent you. Cloaking your identity behind a fictional name or obscure photos works against Twitter’s goal of identity verification.
Use your bio to sell the value you bring to the platform. You need to make it clear why the public cares about you and why verification is important. Succinctly include your most impressive credentials. If you have statistics to back up your claims, include them. And if you know any verified users, @-mention them in your bio.