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2.8 Million Twitter Users Are Australian [STUDY]

Australians Account for 2.8 Million of Twitter's Users [STUDY]

A new study shows just how popular the 140-character network is Down Under.

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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 Doesn’t Want Companies Reporting Its User Numbers

Twitter Doesn't Want Companies Reporting Its User Numbers

Twitter has apparently been shutting down companies that access its API to publish the size of Twitter’s user-base.

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One In 10 Have Quit Twitter In The Past Year [STUDY]

One In 10 Have Quit Twitter In The Past Year [STUDY]

New data has revealed that one in 10 social media users in the United Kingdom stopped using Twitter over the past 12 months, with loss of interest in the platform cited as the main reason.

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10 Facts About Twitter, Restaurants And Food [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Facts About Twitter, Restaurants And Food [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 55 percent of Twitter users in the United Kingdom have used Twitter while in a restaurant?

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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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Instagram Now Has More U.S. Smartphone Users Than Twitter [STATS]

Instagram Now Has More U.S. Smartphone Users Than Twitter [STATS]

Instagram usage surged almost 35 percent in the U.S. alone in 2013, and the platform now rivals Twitter for monthly active users (MAUs), with more than 40 million people in the States expected to use Instagram this year, compared to Twitter’s 43.2 million, reports eMarketer.

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Twitter USA: 48.2 Million Users Now, Reaching 20% Of Population By 2018 [STATS]

Twitter USA: 48.2 Million Users Now, Reaching 20% Of Population By 2018 [STATS]

Twitter is a U.S. company and the States has always been the platform’s rock, accounting for the biggest majority of its users and the most tweets. Indeed, new data from eMarketer reveals that almost 50 million people will use Twitter in the U.S. in 2014, which represents about 15 percent of the population.

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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 Earnings Report: $243M Revenue, $0.02 Earnings Per Share, 241M Users (184M Mobile)

Twitter Earnings Report: $243M Revenue, $0.02 Earnings Per Share, 241M Users (184M Mobile)

Twitter has just reported it first-ever post-IPO earnings and they’ve significantly beaten analyst expectations, with Q4 2013 revenue of almost $243 million, up 116 percent year-on-year, and a positive earnings per share (EPS) of 2 cents.

Analysts had expected a loss of 2 cents per share and $218 million Q4 revenue.

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