Twitter is growing fast and now sees an average of 155 million messages posted to the network each day, the company said today. That's up more than 3X from the company's report of 50 million daily messages just one year ago.
- 82% of Twitter users now provide a name, compared with 33% in 2009. - 73% provide location information compared with 44% in 2009. - 63.3% now provide a bio, compared with 31% in 2009. - Users with more than 100 friends has increased by three-fold to 21% since 2009. - 80% users have made fewer than 500 tweets.
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Twitter just crossed another huge milestone. People are now sending 200 million tweets per day across the service. This is up from 65 million tweets per day a year ago, or about 200 percent growth in a year. Well, “people” is perhaps a generous term. Twitter is filled with automated bots Tweeting out, as well as feeds from publishers. But other data suggests that Twitter’s audience keeps on growing. ComScore estimates that Twitter.com alone attracted 139 million unique visitors worldwide in May, 2011, a 54 percent annual increase. On a worldwide basis, Twitter is bigger than MySpace. In the U.S., however, traffic is up only 12.5 percent to Twitter.com, which attracted an estimated 27 million unique visitors in May, 2011.
Twitter has reached nearly 200 million users registered accounts who post 110 million tweets per day as of the January 1, 2011, Twitter spokesperson Carolyn Penner tells me. That's up from 160 million registered accounts as of September 2010 and 95 million tweets per day as of early December -- [...]
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