Twitter's Amazing Growth


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Twitter Now Growing at a Staggering 1382% -http://ow.ly/10wi

PROOF: I, 24 News Stations, Obama and Congress have all jump on the Twitter bandwagon.
REFERENCE - THE DAILY SHOW: Jon Stewart's smart, hilarious report on Twitter's massive media exposure featuring Canadian Samantha Bee ------->US Link - Canadian Link

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Twitter is the hottest thing on the web/in the world since Google became the 'Almighty'. Here is a chart of growth of various social media sites for February 2009:

-Nielsen Online

"The latest numbers from Nielsen Online indicate that Twitter grew 1,382% year-over-year in February, registering a total of just more than 7 million unique visitors in the US for the month. Not only is that huge growth in one year, but in one month as well, as in January, Twitter.com clocked in with 4.5 million unique visitors in the US, meaning the service grew by more than 50 percent month-over-month."
-ADAM OSTROW, mashable.com, http://ow.ly/10wi.

This graphic from comScore charts Twitter's current growth levels...


Twitter traffic data from comScore (via TechCrunch)

Twitter is only at the beginning of its steady growth phase...

2 comments:

  1. If there is only one user adding one more, a simgle user, is a 100% growth rate. Does not mean there are lots of people using it.

    I found this relevent link:
    http://www.cbc.ca/technology/technology-blog/2009/06/1_of_canadians_on_twitter_sugg.html

    Only 26% of online Canadians knew of Twitter and only 1% of all Canadians use Twitter. Judging by this poll Twitter is clearly more buzz than twit. Still, like firearms, actual users really do like it.

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  2. Canadians are traditionally slow to adopt new technology. Look at Cell phone adoption rates. We are stunted at between 50-60% adoption while Europe, Asia and the USA push 70-95%.

    Twitter has it's uses... Check out this story from CTV to see what I mean... http://bit.ly/kempctv

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