April 14, 2014
There is no doubt that Twitter has become an indispensable medium for the current generation, but even so the growth of the service suffers. And not only that: according to figures from Twopcharts, 44 out of 100 Twitter accounts have not posted anything. We are talking about that almost half of Twitter is completely phantom.
Let’s review more numbers: Twitter has said that, during the last three months of 2013, there were 241 million active user accounts. But for Twitter an active user is someone who logs in at least once a month, they don’t need to post anything. For its part, Twopcharts is only capable of registering tweets and not if a user logs in. Those who write the most (more than 100 tweets a month) are only 13% of users.
Genbeta – 44% of Twitter accounts have never sent a tweet.
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