Elonk Musk presented a very optimistic view of Twitter yesterday. We’ll see if advertisers believe it…
During the last month we have recounted everything that has happened on Twitter since Elon Musk’s tremendous entrance. Even with all the chaos generated, Musk assures that Twitter is breaking records for new users and active minutes, among other positive data that we are going to see.
Despite taking very unpopular measures, such as firing 50% of the workforce, promoting the resignation of another 25%, and pardoning all those expelled for hate crimes and fake news, including Donald Trump, Twitter is doing better than ever, according to Musk.
This Saturday Musk’s trusted employees had a corporate talk, and since the owner of the social network has no secrets for his fans, he has published the graphics that were shown at the meeting. You can see them in this tweet:
Among the data shared by Musk, we can see that since last November 16, Twitter has added 2 million new users a day, for a week. That’s 66% more than in the same period a year ago.
In another of the graphs we see that since November 15, Twitter generates 8,000 million active minutes per day (the time that people use it), 30% more than a year ago.
Finally, another chart indicates hate impressions have dropped.
We do not know how Elon Musk obtained this data, which seems quite questionable, seeing what has happened in the last month. But in any case they are official data from Twitter.
Of course, in these graphs there is not a single piece of data on the economic performance of the social network, or the state of the advertisers.
They seem trivial issues for Elon Musk, who in another tweet has said that he wants to have “1,000 million users in 12 or 18 months.” Taking into account that it now has about 450 million, and 18 months is about 540 days, Twitter would have to gain a million users a day for the next 18 months.
Twitter is breaking records for new users and active minutes according to Elon Musk, and expects to have 1 billion users by 2023. But everything will depend on economic data, which he has not disclosed.
Information of: computerhoy.com
Photo credits: Reuters