Twitter hit daily active users of 192 million for the three months ended in December, up 27% year on year and five million more than the previous quarter as the social media giant beat Wall Street’s forecast on the top and bottom line.
User numbers did not include Twitter’s January decision to block former President Donald Trump – first temporarily then permanently — from the platform following the storming of the Capitol.
The company hinted that any blow was limited. As of the end of January, it said, the increase in daily active users was above the historical average for the past few years and that it expects to grow users 20% for the full quarter year on year.
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Twitter Q4 Daily Active Users Hit 192M, Up 5M From Q3 And 27% From Year Earlier https://t.co/jcQKxQiAaT
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