Posts Tagged ‘Twitter Stats’
Did you know that more than 300 billion tweets have been sent since Twitter first opened its doors way back in March, 2006?
What if I told you that five Vines are now tweeted each and every second, that almost two-thirds of brands have multiple Twitter accounts or that a Promoted Trend can cost upwards of $200,000 – for a single day?
@YouTube maintains its position as the top, most-followed brand on Twitter, with its more than 40 million followers placing it well ahead of all other brands, including the official @Twitter profile.
It’s the week of Twitter’s Q1 2014 earnings call and we’ve seen Twitter’s stock take another dip as it approaches its all-time low. We’ve analyzed how Twitter’s results weren’t quite as ominous as they could have been but couldn’t quite please the street. However, there is another detail to consider.
How many times do you tweet each day? Ten? Fifty? More than a hundred?
Whatever your number, I guarantee it will be chump change in comparison compared to Twitter’s most prolific user, who, at the time of writing, has written and sent more than 37 million tweets since first joining the micro-blogging social network on August 5, 2009.
Which, when you break it down, works out to a ridiculous 22,152 tweets per day.
@YouTube remains the top, most-followed brand on Twitter, with its more than 40 million followers placing it well ahead of all other brands, including the official @Twitter profile.
Why do you follow brands on Twitter?
If you’re anything like 52 percent of consumers it’s to be notified of special offers and promotions, while 33 percent click “follow” on the hope that they’ll be getting some freebies.
Twitter has had difficulty engaging new users for years, and despite the company’s rumored attempt to simplify its service by removing confusing elements like the hashtag and @reply, this problem simply isn’t going away.
New stats show that only 40 percent of the 20 million new accounts that sign up for Twitter each month actually send a tweet.
Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Gravity And THAT Selfie – Twitter’s Reaction To The Oscars [INFOGRAPHIC]
What was your best memory of the Oscars? And did you talk about it live on Twitter?
If so, you’re far from alone. More than 14.7 million tweets about the 86th Academy Awards were shared on Twitter during the Oscars telecast, with conversation buzzing around host Ellen Degeneres (and THAT selfie), nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Brad Pitt, Gravity, Frozen and 12 Years A Slave.