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Twitter UK Posts First-Year Profit Of Just £16,500

Twitter’s pricing on the secondary share market now values the company at a heady $11 billion, which is good news for CEO Dick Costolo and the rest of the Twitter board – and investors – as we head towards the firm’s IPO, which is being pencilled in for 2014.

Of course, this is all still speculative. And while Twitter is estimated to have earned $288 million in global advertising revenues last year, the firm has yet to post a profit.

Well, good news, as the UK subsidiary of the micro-blogging social network has done just that, albeit on a very minor scale.

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Twitter Passes 300 Million Users, Seeing 9.2 New Registrations Per Second. (Allegedly.)

Twitter has just passed 300 million users and is now seeing a heady 9.2 new profiles being registered each and every second, says Twitter account tracker Twopcharts, who calculated the data based on registered user IDs.

The important word you’re looking for? Allegedly.

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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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The 140 Best Twitter Feeds According to TIME Readers

TIME has chosen 140 Twitter accounts across 14 different categories to highlight some of the most creative, most interesting and just plain awesome Twitter users out there. Voting is underway to distill this list down to the absolute best Twitter user out there.
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How to Follow the Egyptian Protests on Twitter

The protests in Egypt are gaining momentum, as protesters gathered in the thousands over the weekend, Al-Jazeera was shut down by the government, and foreign nationals were urged to leave the country. Twitter played a big part in helping early protesters organize themselves (before it was shut down by the government, preceding the internet-wide blackout), and the conversation on the microblogging service has continued. We’ve compiled several different ways you can use Twitter to get up-to-the-minute reporting and analysis about the protests in Egypt.
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