Twitter now has 199
million average monetizable
daily, active users, Twitter
logs 20% user growth as
pandemic posts surge
Twitter presently has 199 million normal
monetisable day by day dynamic clients
(mDAU), a 20 percent development (year-
on-year), driven by continuous item
enhancements and worldwide discussion
around the pandemic.
The miniature writing for a blog stage
revealed $1.04 billion in income for the Q1
2021, up 28 percent (on-year), and a total
compensation of $68 million. The
promoting income came to $899 million, an
increment of 32%.
"Individuals go to Twitter to see and
discuss what's going on, and we are
assisting them with discovering their
inclinations all the more rapidly while
making it simpler to follow and take part in
discussions," Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
said in an articulation late on Thursday.
Absolute promotion commitment expanded
11% year-over-year while cost per
commitment (CPE) expanded 19% year-
While US income came to $556 million,
global income totalled $480 million, an
increment of 41%.
"Sponsors keep on profiting by refreshed
advertisement designs, improved
estimation, and new brand security
controls, adding to 32 percent year-over-
year development in promotion income in
Q1, said Ned Segal, Twitter's CFO.
The mDAU were 199 million for Q1,
contrasted with 166 million in a similar time
of the earlier year and contrasted with 192
million in the past quarter.
Normal global mDAU were 162 million for
Q1, contrasted with 133 million in a similar
time of the earlier year and contrasted with
155 million in the past quarter.
"We are pulling in more extraordinary
individuals to Twitter than any time in
recent memory and putting resources into
our most noteworthy needs to follow
through on our drawn out objectives across
shopper item, income item, and stage," the
"Subsequently, we presently anticipate that
headcount growth should all the more
intently reflect cost development in 2021,
with headcount - an