Twitter reaches 100 million active user milestone but 40% of them donâ€™t tweet
Every month 100 million users log on to Twitter to share their opinions with their followers and to find out whatâ€™s happening in the Twittersphere.
50 million of those users visit Twitter every day to keep their finger on the microblogging pulse.
While millions of people are active users on the social network, a large percentage donâ€™t contribute to the online discussions when they log on to Twitter.
â€œFor many, getting the most out of Twitter isn’t only about tweeting: 40 percent of our active users simply sign in to listen to whatâ€™s happening in their world,â€ said Twitter in a September 8Â blog post.
More than half of them log in to Twitter each day to follow their interests. For many, getting the most out of Twitter isnâ€™t only about tweeting: 40 percent of our active users simply sign in to listen to whatâ€™s happening in their world.
Twitterâ€™s global reach gives a voice to people around the world and as far away as the International Space Station. After launching Hindi, Filipino, Malay and Simplified and Traditional Chinese in the coming weeks, Twitter will support 17 different languages.