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Few Strange Twitter Facts:

  • In February 2012, Twitter announced a partnership with the Russian search engine Yandex.
  • In October 2012 Twitter bought Vine, which Twitter released as a standalone app in January 2013. It was hugely successful but eventually closed down in October 2016.
  • In November 2013, Twitter went public with shares being valued at $26 as the market opened and at $44 when it closed.
  • In November 2017, Twitter expanded the character limit for a tweet from 140 to 280.
  • Twitter reached a peak in revenue of $717m in Q4 2015. In Q3 2017 it was $590m.
  • There are 3,900 employees.
  • On November 7, 2013, Twitter priced its IPO at $26 per share. As of Jan 2020, it was $32.
  • There are 330m monthly active users and 145 million daily users.
  • A total of 1.3 billion accounts have been created.
  • Of those, 44% made an account and left before ever sending a tweet.
  • Based on US accounts, 10% of users write 80% of tweets.
  • 22% of Americans are on Twitter its best facts.
  • Only 550 million people have ever sent a tweet.
  • 500 million people visit the site each month without logging in.
  • As of Q1 2019, 68m US citizens are monthly active users of Twitter.
  • 80% of active users access the site via mobile.
  • 707 is the average number of followers.
  • 391 million accounts have no followers at all. (Source: Band Watch)

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Incredible Twitter Facts:

  • 65.8% of US companies with 100+ employees use Twitter for marketing.
  • $70m was spent on ads in 2017.
  • 77% of Twitter users feel more positive about a brand when their Tweet has been replied to.
  • 58% of top brands have over 100,00 followers on Twitter.
  • 92% of companies tweet more than once a day, 42% tweet 1-5 times a day, and 19% tweet 6-10 times a day.
  • Tweets with images get 150% more retweets.
  • The average Twitter user follows five businesses.
  • 80% of Twitter users have mentioned a brand in a tweet.
  • 54% of users surveyed by Twitter reported that they had taken action after seeing a brand mentioned in Tweets (including visiting their website, searching for the brand, or retweeting content).
  • The last two years have seen a 2.5x increase in customer service conversations on Twitter.
  • 60% of consumers expect brands to respond to their query within the hour, but the average is 1 hour 24 minutes.
  • 76% of consumers are likely to recommend the brand following friendly service.
  • The average lifespan of a tweet is merely 15-20 minutes, while the average time spent per Twitter session is 3.37 minutes.
  • 22% of US adults use Twitter while the top 10% of the adult tweeters tweet 80% of the tweets.
  • Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa tweet is the most retweeted tweet to date in 2019.
  • Companies using Twitter for customer service see a 19% lift in customer satisfaction.
  • Tweets with images receive 18% more click throughs, 89% more likes, and 150% more retweets. (Source: Band Watch)

General Best Twitter Facts:

  • Approximately 350,000 Tweets are posted every minute.
  • One of the original ideas for a name was “FriendStalker.”
  • According to the Vatican, you’re a better person if you follow the Pope on Twitter.
  • The hashtag was first introduced in 2007.
  • The Library of Congress used to archive all tweets.
  • The famous blue Twitter bird is called Larry.
  • Katy Perry has the most Twitter followers.
  • Ellen DeGeneres is responsible for the most retweeted tweet of all time.
  • A majority of the revenue growth is driven by Twitter’s strength in the US. Total US revenue was $465 million, with an increase of 10%.
  • Japan remained the second largest market of Twitter, contributing $129 million, which is 16% of the total revenue in Q3 2019.
  • With improved clickthrough rates among ad formats and increased ad impressions owing to audience growth, total ad engagements increased by 23%.
  • #SelfCareSunday usage has grown by 365%, and Goodwill hashtags such as “#MondayMotivation” and “JoyTrain” have seen a growth of 582%.
  • Twitter users are focusing on the broader perspectives of their identity and bravely facing issues of diversity and gender. The word “Identity” in tweets has increased by 167%.
  • The top 5 most used hashtags in India till June were
    #Viswasam
    #LokSabhaElections2019
    #CWC19
    #Maharshi
    #NewProfilePic
  • Twitter has a more mature audience than Instagram and Snapchat, with approximately 63% worldwide users between the ages of 35-65.
  • Twitter seems to be more popular among males, and 66% of the users are male. In the United States, 56% are males. (Source: Vidooly)

Unexpected Twitter Facts:

  • Former U.S President Barack Obama’s Twitter account @BarackObama is the most followed account with 110M followers. Narendra Modi’s twitter account @narendramodi is the most followed account in India (51.6M followers).
  • 80% of the Twitter traffic comes via mobile devices, and 93% of the videos are viewed on mobile devices. (Source: Vidooly)
  • Twitter Was Launched In 2006 But Really Took Off During The 2007 South By Southwest Music Festival, Where There Were Two Big Plasma Screens In Conference Hallways With Streaming Twitter Messages.
  • The First Tweet From Outer Space Was Posted By An Astronaut From The International Space Station On January 22, 2010.
  • The Highest Ever Number Of Tweets Per Second Was Almost 9,000 When Beyonce Announced Her Pregnancy On MTV In August 2011.
  • A Study From 2009 Showed 40% Of Tweets To Be “Pointless Babble” (Source: Express English)
  • The US Airways crash in New York City’s Hudson River in January 2009 heralded Twitter as becoming the prominent news breaking social media network
  • In 2010 Twitter started monetizing its platform with promoted tweets, trends and accounts, 4 years after it launched in March 2006 (Source: Jeff Bullas)
  • 49% of monthly Twitter users follow brands or companies. (via Convince and Convert)
  • Twitter users are 3 times more likely to follow brands than Facebook users.
  • 42% of Twitter users learn about products and services via Twitter.
  • 66% of user-generated tweets that mention brands come from mobile users.
  • Promoted trends turn twitter users into brand advocates.
  • 61% of Twitter users follow SMBs to interact with them and share ideas and feedback.
  • 34% of users interacted with an SMB after seeing an ad with their Twitter handle advertised.
  • Twitter users visit B2B tech brand sites at a higher rate (59%) compared to average Internet users (40%).
  • Twitter users exposed to B2B tech brand Tweets are more likely to convert.
  • 41% provide opinions about products/services.
  • 19% of Twitter Users seek customer support.
  • 41% to provide opinions about products and services.
  • 28% look for discounts and sales.
  • Offline sales increased by 29% when using a promoted tweet.
  • The average Twitter user follows five or more businesses.
  • Only 19% of businesses tweet on the weekends.
  • You can capture leads on Twitter with Twitter cards. There is a different Twitter chat happening each day of the week. (Source: Social Media Today)

Twitter Facts About The Market:

  • A majority of the revenue growth is driven by Twitter’s strength in the US. Total US revenue was $465 million, with an increase of 10%.
  • Due to no significant changes in the investment and lower than expected revenue, operating income was $44 million (5% of the revenue) in Q3 2019 compared to $92 in the same period last year.
  • The total recorded advertising revenue of Twitter in Q3 2019 was $702 million. (Source: Vidooly)
  • Nelson Mandela, Christina Aguilera, Salman Rushdie, And The Pope All Joined Twitter In 2011.
  • The Top Hashtag On Twitter In 2011 Was #Egypt Thanks To The Revolution There And Hosni Mubarak’s Resignation.
  • When Twitter Is Down, It Shows A Picture Of The “Fail Whale” (Source: Express English)
  • 67% of Twitter users are far more likely to buy from the brands they follow on Twitter.
  • Over 90% say they follow businesses on Twitter to get discounts and promos.
  • 70% of small businesses are on Twitter
  • There is a direct correlation between # of tweets and # of followers. The more you tweet, the more followers you have.
  • Tweet exposure has a positive influence on brand consideration. (via Twitter) Twitter Shoppers go to 3 pages per visit
  • 85% of followers feel more connected with a small business after following them.
  • 32% said they are more likely to visit an SMB after seeing a promoted tweet that related to their interests or needs.
  • 63% of people follow SMBs is to show support for that business.
  • 85% of people say they feel more connected to the business after they follow them.
  • Twitter users frequently exchange info about products and services. (Source: Social Media Today)

Fun Facts of Twitter:

  • The hashtag (#) first proposed by the user Chris Messina debuted in August 2007. The common wisdom at the time was that it would be “too techy” to catch on. Chris now has over 75,000 followers.
  • Revenue at Twitter is approaching an annualized rate of $2 billion a year. The latest quarter revenue results were $432 million which was a 97 percent increase.
  • Revenue at Twitter is approaching an annualized rate of $2 billion a year. The latest quarter revenue results were $432 million which was a 97 percent increase.
  • Estimated number of Twitter users in the USA by 2018 – 66 million (Source: Jeff Bullas)
  • Women account for more than 53% of Twitter users
  • Most users do not follow that many people. Only 15% of users follow over 2,000 people
  • Every day, Twitter gets more than 300,000 new users.
  • At first, Twitter’s goal was simple. It just wanted to be a very simple SMS-text service. Look at it now.
  • The U.S. Only accounts for about 40% of Twitter use.
  • Twitter is accessed by more than 30% of users via their mobile phones.
  • Stephen Colbert sent the most re-tweeted Tweet in Twitter history thus far
  • Lady Gaga was the first Twitter account to reach 10 million
  • There are over 10 proposals on Twitter
  • The death of Osama Bin Laden caused the most tweets to date (Source: Unknown)

Few Random Twitter Facts:

  •  Best Twitter Facts is, almost never came to be. In 2006, there was a company called Odeo, which helped individuals publish audio. With a lack of growth and investors souring, the company pivoted and decided to conduct a hackathon one day. This brain-storming competition led to the birth of Twitter.
  • Twitter was created on a playground. Founding team member Dom Sagolla says the group went on the top of a slide at a playground in South Park, a small neighborhood in San Francisco, and Jack Dorsey discussed an “idea so simple that you don’t even think about it—you just write.” This moment of inspiration has turned into a multibillion-dollar company.
  •  The official name of Twitter’s bird is Larry. Yes, his name is Larry Bird. The iconic little fellow—seen in Twitter’s logo shown in TV commercials, print ads, and practically every website—was named after Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird.
  • From 2008 to 2010, Twitter had a “guy with a pager” to help keep the site online. “It sucked,” writes John Adams, a member of the company’s security team, on Quora. The pager rotated between three and four people, Adams says.
  •  The founding team was nervous about using Twitter as the company name “because in certain cultures it could be demeaning,” Dorsey explains. “For example, Twit is not necessarily associated with the best things.” It took two months or so for the team to get used to the name.
  •  Once the name Twitter was decided on, the crew realized phones were such a big part of what it was doing, and that meant Twitter needed a five-letter “shortcode” for folks to send messages on a mobile device. “So [we] took out all the vowels and then it could be twttr,” Dorsey says. Unfortunately, the shortcode was already taken by Teen People. The vowels were then added back.
  •  Twitter was almost called Twitch. Before finalizing the name, the team looked at the Oxford English Dictionary. “We found the word Twitter,” Dorsey says. “And Twitter means a short inconsequential burst of information, chirps from birds. And we were like, that describes exactly what we’re doing here.”
  • While seemingly everyone on planet Earth is on Twitter, there are certain celebrities that have yet to take the plunge. Athletes like Derek Jeter and Michael Jordan don’t use Twitter. “I’m not a Twitterer, I’m not a twerker, I’m not a Facebooker. I am a … nothin’ … I’m old school.” Jordan told NBA 2K14.
  • Twitter was thinking about creating a feature called “worship” in the early days. “If you worshipped someone, you would get every single one of their messages,” Dorsey says. “The full fire hose of what they’re saying.” The idea was ditched.
  •  The social networking site has 288 million monthly active users, but the number of registered accounts is much higher. There are more than 2 billion registered Twitter accounts, according to Twopcharts.
  •  Twitter’s fourth co-founder Noah Glass was kicked out of the company, according to the book “Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal,” by Nick Bilton of The New York Times. Glass is said to have made almost no money from Twitter’s IPO, according to Bilton.
  •  Twitter’s Fail Whale—used during periods of Twitter.com downtime in the site’s early years—was created by Yiying Lu, an artist who originally made the design for a birthday e-card. Twitter found it on a stock photo site and added it to theirs. Sadly, the Beluga whale is no longer featured when the site goes down.
  • Who has tweeted the most? That honor belongs to @Yougakduan_00, a girl from Japan, who posted a mind-boggling 36,402,262 tweets before Twitter suspended her account, likely because of the excessive tweeting. (Source: CNBC)

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