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Twitter Continues to Grow and Make History

Facts and Figures 2012, plus a little history

Twitter continues to grow, continues to make history, continues to give us to talk about and even though we no longer should surprise none of this information network, their numbers continue to surprise us.

More than 500 million registered users so far and more than 140 million active users (March 2012), that while it does not compare with the 1. 000 million active users of Facebook, is a sizeable and Twitter today when instantly know what is happening around the world is much more effective than any other form of information or social network.

In Monitoring Website created an infographic with facts and figures on Twitter, very comprehensive, but offers a couple of figures that have already been published a few months, so these numbers to November and have increased security.



In this infographic can see several figures as registered users and assets (as of March), average visits per day and new accounts per second, countries where it is most popular, social marketing and other figures.

It also offers a timeline with the history of Twitter and the most important, along with the most popular accounts.

48 Significant Social Media Facts, Figures and Statistics - Plus 7 ...

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