The service has announced that Twitter reaches 200M monthly active users, 400M tweets a day. Representing a 42% increase in the number of active user base, it has increased 60 million from March’s 140 million in less than a year.
Back in September 2011, Twitter (@twitter) had 100 million active users and 50 million active users every day. The company has grown by 100% in terms of individuals who access and employ the service at least once a month over a year and three months.
In seven months, the number of monthly active users increased by 40%, from 100 million to 140 million. In nine months, it has grown to 42% on this key active user metric.
Although the overall growth rate slightly declined, Twitter still packed in 60 million new monthly active users in 9 months compared to the 40 million in 7 months. This shows that Twitter is still increasing its active user base consistently.
- The number of Twitter’s active users increased by 42% from 140m to 200m in less than a year
- In March 2012, it had 140m active users and 340m tweets per day
- At present, the company reports 200m active users and 400m tweets per day
- In September 2011, Twitter had 100m active users and 50m active users per day
- The company has grown by 100%
- In seven months, it has grown by 40%; 42% in nine months; 40 million in 7 months and 60m in 9 months
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