- According to Twitter’s internal report, which was seen by Reuters, they are aware of the situation but do not want to make it public
- Elon Musk stated a few months ago that the social network was dying
- Twitter struggling to keep other active users
An internal Reuters report says that Twitter is having trouble keeping its largest user base.
Twitter is in absolute decline, and its most active users are losing interest.
This is as per a report created by Twitter staff members and seen by Reuters. According to Twitter’s internal documents, heavy tweeters make up less than 10% of all monthly users.
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However, these tweeters account for half of the global revenue and 90 percent of all tweets.
Where have all the tweeters gone? the employee inquired. in the document from within. Heavy tweeters have been in absolute decline since the pandemic began, they added.
The report analyzed the number of regular tweeters in English who showed interest in a subject. There were no conclusions reached by the study regarding the reasons for the decline in platform heavy users.
According to the document, a person is considered to be a heavy tweeter if they use the platform six to seven days per week and tweet three to four times per week.
Musk believes that the most well-known individuals on the platform have left the ship.
Reuters claims that the microblogging site has not disclosed its metrics.
This is because Elon Musk’s deadline to close the 44 billion dollar acquisition agreement was getting closer.
The following are among the platform’s most popular: Among others are Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Christiano Ronaldo, Tylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and Elon Musk.
A dominant topic – Cryptocurrency
The reason why Twitter is failing was the topic of many comments. The topics of greatest interest on Twitter include cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are the most popular topic. However, there are additional hot topics.
These include adult content that is unsafe for work. One social media platform that does allow nudity is Twitter. In any case, happiness about news, sports, and amusement has diminished.
A well-known blogger started this rumor by tweeting that Twitter is working on a prototype wallet that will support cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals.
The platform has recently introduced cryptocurrency tipping among other new crypto-related features. It started integrating applications from the well-known world of decentralized finance (DeFi) in November 2021, and in January 2022, it started letting users put NFT images on their profiles.