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Twitter Ranks Below Yahoo Answers Amongst Top Social Networks In Brazil [STUDY]

Twitter Ranks Below Yahoo Answers Amongst Top Social Networks In Brazil [STUDY]

For some time now, Brazil has been touted as one of Twitter’s top countries, with a recent visual suggesting it rated fifth amongst all regions on Twitter for active users. Previous surveys have been equally bullish, and Twitter opened an official Brazilian office in March of this year.

So, it’s with some surprise that a new Experian poll has suggested that Twitter has almost no presence in Brazil whatsoever. Indeed, it ranks behind even Yahoo Answers.

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Twitter Brazil Is Now Open For Business (And Brazilians Are Big Fans Of Promoted Tweets)

Brazil ranks second amongst all countries worldwide with the most active Twitter accounts, with one estimation putting this as high as 40-50 million users - about a third of the size of the top-placed U.S. São Paulo ranks fourth amongst all cities by total number of posted tweets.

In December, Twitter opened its first office in Brazil, looking to better support local partners and users. Last week, the official launch of Twitter in Brazil took place, with clients and executives coming together to celebrate the news.

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Twitter Adds Support For Brazilian Portuguese, Tweets Now Available In 10 Languages

In a new post on the official blog, Twitter has announced new support for Brazilian Portuguese. The network is enormously popular in Brazil and this is a very smart (if slightly overdue) move from Twitter.

The translation took place in three days, which Twitter states is their fastest yet, and brings Twitter’s language support tally, which also includes Turkish, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Korean, French, German, Japanese, and of course English, up to 10.

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