Recently, Twitter’s boss Elon Musk said that the number of new account registrations on the platform has reache an all-time record.
However, he still faced many difficulties when his partners left in droves due to concerns about account verification problems and negative content on the social network Twitter .
Specifically, in the latest post, the richest billionaire on the planet said that from November 16, there were 2 million new account registrations per day on average. This is an increase of 66% compare to the same period last year.
In addition, the time users spend on Twitter also set a record
Reaching 8 billion minutes/day within 7 days from November 15, an increase of 30% over the previous year.
“The highest uptime on the platform ever and Bulk SMS Oman the number of monetizing users (mDAUs) also hit 250 million people,” the billionaire confirmd.
Since November 13, the content impersonating and hostile has decreased compared to October 2021. However, reports of impostor accounts have been on the rise since early November, right around the time Twitter Blue launched, Musk said.
Along with the Twitter user data, Musk confirmed that Twitter under him will focus on developing entertainment and video advertising content.
After acquiring Twitter , the richest man on the planet once said that the deal would help accelerate his ambitions to create a “super app” called X.
According to Reuters , the plan to build a super application
will have features such as end-to-end encryption of messages, long tweets and payment services.
To do this, the billionaire is trying to recruit new employees after a series of layoffs within the company. “Outstanding talent from all over the world is flocking to Twitter,” he said.
He said his goal is “to build a digital free speech square, all opinions are accepted as long as they don’t break the law or spam”. “Anyone who breaks the rules get CMB Directory to will have their account locked,” Musk emphasized.
However, major partners on Twitter such as General Motors, Mondelez International, Volkswagen AG have stopped buying ads because they are suspicious of the new boss of the social network .
As a result, Twitter revenue is plummeting after the departure of major advertising partners. Many human rights organizations have put pressure on them, forcing them to stop cooperating if Elon Musk does not regulate content moderation.
According to Matthew Quint, director of the Center on Global Brand Leadership at Columbia Business School, Elon Musk himself has built a brand for himself, but his reputation is constantly controversial.
“The more he’s exposed to the public, the more brands shy away from Twitter, a platform he owns,” Quint said.