Twitter Growth

  • 78% of Twitter Users are International

    … international territories. 225 million Twitter MAUs are international, compared to 63 million in the U.S. This isn’t a new phenomenon – even as far back as Q1 2010, two-thirds of Twitter users were logging on internationally. Twitter Monthly Active Users (International, 2010-14, in millions) Twitter Monthly Active Users (U.S., 2010-14, in millions…

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  • Twitter’s Growth Rate Is Tiny Compared to Facebook

    … Twitter’s growth problem is well-established. In the fourth quarter of 2014, the platform added just 4 million more monthly active users, which equates to growth of just 1.4 percent. Over that same period, Facebook, which is already four times the size of Twitter, grew 3.1 percent. Indeed, Facebook has added almost as many users in the last…

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  • Twitter is Nearing Profitability, But Still has a Serious Growth Problem

    Twitter unveiled its 2014 fourth quarter earnings report yesterday and while the company’s financials beat estimates across the board, Twitter added just four million monthly active users (MAUs) between October and December of last year, representing quarterly growth of just 1.4 percent. To put things into perspective, Facebook, which is already about four times the size of ...

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  • Twitter Growing Fast in India

    … will continue next year, when Twitter should add 27.8 percent more users, reaching 28.4 million people, climbing to 39.5 million by 2018. Impressive as these numbers are, India’s low internet penetration rate means just 1.8 percent of the total population are currently using Twitter. Hence, as access to the internet (especially mobile internet…

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  • Twitter Japan: 26 Million Users, Rising to 30 Million by 2018

    … Half of all social network users in Japan use Twitter, reveals a new study. eMarketer expects 26 million people to use Twitter in Japan in 2015, representing 50.3 percent of all social networkers and 20.5 percent of the Japanese population. (The study looked at internet users who accessed their Twitter account via any device at least once per…

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  • Twitter Grew by Almost One Third in Canada in 2014

    … Twitter added 29.8 percent more users in Canada in 2014, and looks set to continue double-digit growth for at least one more year, reports eMarketer. The platform boasted 5.9 million Canadian users last year, up from 4.5 million in 2013, when it recorded 34.1 percent year-on-year growth. eMarketer expects Twitter to add another 15.6 percent…

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  • Twitter Investing More in #India

    … Twitter is planning to invest more in the fast-growing internet and social media market in India, reveals Katie Jacobs Stanton, Twitter’s vice president of global media. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. …

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  • Twitter’s User Growth is The Lowest it’s Ever Been

    … In the first quarter of 2011, Twitter posted year-on-year user growth of more than 250 percent. Incredibly, it maintained 200 percent year-on-year increases for another 12 months, through to Q1 2012. But in Q2 2012, Twitter’s user growth percentage fell sharply, and it’s never recovered. (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. …

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  • Twitter ‘Happy’ for Users Not to Tweet

    … without tweeting.” Bain noted Twitter was eyeing the Asia-Pacific region as a high potential area for expansion. “Growth is incredibly strong. In Q2 our non-US advertising growth was 168 percent year over year. APAC is our largest and our fastest growing region. There is incredible opportunity in the region,” he said. …

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