By Liz Gannes Feb. 22, 2010,
Twitter disclosed earlier today that it has crossed 50 million tweets per day. That’s a stat with a direct equivalent: Facebook status updates. As of earlier this month, Facebook had 60 million status updates per day. To be fair, Facebook doesn’t seem to count in that figure the millions of links and photos shared by its users as status updates, nor would it count comment threads. Whereas on Twitter, every tweet is just a tweet.
Twitter doesn’t report its user numbers, but it’s safe to say they’re smaller than the 400 million global active users of its rival and one-time potential acquirer in Palo Alto. And Twitter has seen tremendous growth; tweets per day were at 35 million at the end of 2009. Tweeters as a whole, and perhaps on an individual basis, as compared to Facebook, are prolifically…Read More~Devamını Oku
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