Twitter is retaining over 500 million daily active users
Twitter has seen phenomenal growth in the past months and is predicted to continue this trend going into the next quarter. As more people share quality content with their friends or follow companies who take advantage of the Twitter platform, companies are finding themselves with easier options on how to grow to brand.
Twitter Report Card: Highlights for Q2018
Twitter reported strong user growth in its most ambitious quarter ever.
Twitter reported strong user growth in its most ambitious quarter ever. The company said that it had 241 million monthly active users (MAUs) in the fourth quarter of 2018, an increase of 26% from the same period last year. Twitter also said that it had reached 1 billion MAUs for the first time.
Twitter attributed much of this growth to its new live streaming feature, which has been very popular with users. Twitter also said that it was making progress with its efforts to fight spam and abusive behavior on its platform.
Overall, Twitter is doing well as it gears up for continued user growth in the coming years.
Twitter Delivers Key Messages at its Investor Meeting
Twitter’s first-quarter investor meeting was full of key messages for the social media platform. Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey outlined Twitter’s plans to double monthly active users (MAUs) to 800 million by the end of 2018 and 1 billion by the end of 2019. He also noted that Twitter is on track to achieve $2 billion in revenue this year. These ambitious goals are necessary in order to keep up with Facebook, which has more than 2 billion MAUs.
Dorsey also detailed Twitter’s plans for live streaming and video. The company is doubling live streaming hours from original programming, including the NFL and NCAA football, NBA and NHL games, and other events. It is also investing in new live streaming products, such as a direct-to-consumer live streaming product and an analytics service for live streaming creators. In addition, Twitter is partnering with global media companies to create live streaming channels, such as TV networks BBC Worldwide, France Televisions Group SA (NTL), Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., and Walt Disney Co.’s Direct-to-Consumer & International Group (DTCI).
Twitter has also been working on its Moments feature. This will allow users to share photos and videos with
Twitter Proposes Rules to Combat Fake Accounts and Misleading Tweets
In its upcoming quarterly earnings report, Twitter plans to announce new rules to combat fake accounts and misleading tweets. The social media site said in a regulatory filing that it plans to “investigate and take action against accounts that violate our rules, including disabling access to those accounts and suspending or terminating their accounts.” Twitter also said it will “promote transparency by providing more information about the use of our services by individual authors, including information on audience engagement and ad revenue generated by their Tweets.”
Twitter Announces Plans to Expand Vine Into Other Products and Services
Twitter announced plans to expand Vine into other products and services, including a possible standalone app. The app could be used for sharing short videos with friends and followers on Twitter. Vine has become an increasingly popular way to share funny, creative, and interesting videos.
Twitter Responds to Reports of Abuse on Its Platform
Twitter has been working to improve its user experience and reduce abuse on its platform in recent months. The company announced a new Abuse Prevention Program in May, which allows users to report abusive tweets and blocks offenders from using the service. Twitter also released new tools for users to report tweets and videos, as well as an improved reporting system for online abuse. The company is also testing a new feature that will allow users to mute all accounts they follow for a set period of time.
Twitter has made significant progress in reducing abuse on its platform, but the company still faces challenges. Twitter is still facing criticism for not doing enough to stop abuse directed at prominent conservatives and Republicans. Twitter has also been criticized for failing to take action against Russian bots and trolls who used the platform to interfere with the 2016 US presidential election.
Twitter is gearing up for its most ambitious quarter of user growth yet the social media platform looks to continue its march toward becoming a one-stop shop for news and information. Twitter announced that it has now passed the 241 million monthly active users mark, up from the 220 million monthly active users announced at the beginning of the year. In addition, Twitter also revealed that it has now reached parity with Facebook in terms of daily active users, meaning that there are now more people using Twitter than Facebook every day. With these announcements, Twitter is positioning itself as an essential platform for both businesses and individuals looking to stay informed and connected on current events.