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23 Million of Twitter’s ‘Active Users’ are Bots

23 Million of Twitter's 'Active Users' are Bots

Earlier this month we looked at data from Twitter which revealed that 14 percent of Twitter’s monthly active users (MAUs), which totalled 271 million as of its most recent earnings, used third party apps to access the service.

Which meant that almost 40 million Twitter users were never served ads.

Twitter has clarified this metric in a new filing, breaking down that 14 percent into three important groups, one of which reveals a startling number who aren’t human.

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Twitter’s Next Milestone: 300 Million Active Users Before 2015 [CHART]

Twitter's Next Milestone: 300 Million Active Users Before 2015 [CHART]

Twitter smashed almost every Wall Street estimation with its Q2 2014 earnings report released last night, and the stock subsequently went through the roof in the after-market, rallying more than 35 percent at one stage.

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Twitter Q2 Earnings: 271 Million Monthly Active Users, $312 Million Revenue, $0.02 EPS

Twitter Q2 Earnings: 271 Million Monthly Active Users, $312 Million Revenue, $0.02 EPS

Twitter’s second quarter earnings for 2014 are out and they’ve beaten expectations across the board.

The big number: Twitter now has 271 million monthly active users (MAU), a net gain of 16 million on the last quarter and up 24 percent year-on-year.

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Twitter Earnings Report: Post World Cup, Wall Street Looking For Strong User Growth

Twitter Earnings Report: Post World Cup, Wall Street Looking For Strong User Growth

Twitter will release its Q2 2014 earnings report tomorrow after the closing bell and while the market will be looking for growth in revenue, a strong earnings per share (EPS) number and a boost in ad sales, it’s only one metric that really matters: monthly active users (MAU).

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Twitter Expected To Grow By Almost 25% In 2014 As Asia Becomes Biggest Audience [STUDY]

Twitter Expected To Grow By Almost 25% In 2014 As Asia Becomes Biggest Audience [STUDY]

Twitter’s user base is on track to grow by 24.4 percent in 2014 as the platform gains a greater share of its total audience from countries in the Asia-Pacific region, suggests new data from eMarketer.

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Twitter’s Stock Hit An All-Time Low Today – Here’s Why [STATS]

Twitter's Stock Hit An All-Time Low Today - Here's Why [STATS]

Twitter’s stock reached an all-time low today after an earnings report yesterday that beat analyst expectations across the board except for where it really mattered: monthly active users (MAUs).

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The Trouble With Twitter: With 241 Million Users, It Just Isn’t Growing Fast Enough [STATS]

The Trouble With Twitter: With 241 Million Users, It Just Isn't Growing Fast Enough [STATS]

Twitter released its first ever earnings report yesterday and while the figures beat most analyst expectations, the stock dropped quickly in after-hours trade. Why? A number of reasons, but one of the main problems is that Twitter simply isn’t growing fast enough, certainly when it comes to active users.

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Twitter Has A Serious User Growth Problem Ahead Of Its IPO [STATS]

Twitter Has A Serious User Growth Problem Ahead Of Its IPO [STATS]

In its latest IPO filing Twitter revealed that it now has 230 million monthly active users (MAUs) through September 2013, up from 218 million at the end of June 2013.

This represents a gain of 12 million MAUs, or 5.5 percent. This is down from quarter-on-quarter MAU growth of more than 10 percent in Q3 and Q4 2012, and Q1 2013.

As we get closer to the IPO, this slowdown is a serious problem for Twitter.

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