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How to Keep your Twitter Account Active – Even When You’re on Vacation

As the warmer weather beckons, Twitter seems less and less important next to a good tan. But don’t let sandy beaches distract you from maintaining an active Twitter account! You can enjoy fun in the sun while your Twitter account happily tweets away – without you guiding it.
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The US Has The Most Twitter Users, But The Netherlands Is More Active [STATS]

It stands to reason that the United States, the birth-country of Twitter, would be the number one in terms of users. And it is. By far. But new stats have been unveiled that suggest that numbers don’t mean everything, and that the US is actually behind the Netherlands (and two other countries) in terms of how often they tweet.
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Only 85 Million Twitter Accounts Have at Least One Follower [Stats]

The number of people using Twitter has been an elusive stat to get a hold of. But a little digging in the Twitter API has revealed that only 85 million accounts – nowhere near the more than 200 million that Twitter cites as existing – have at least one follower. More stats below.
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So, How Many People are Actually on Twitter?

Twitter has been nototiously tight-lipped about exactly how many of its 100s of millions of accounts are active. They, understandably, don’t want it to get out that only a small percent of Twitter accounts are actually being used by real people. New data from eMarketer sheds some insight on the true number of active Twitter users – and it’s probably smaller than you think.
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