Twitter Advertising Statistics
Twitter marketing – Statistics & Facts | Statista
Founded in 2006, Twitter is one of the leading social networking sites in the world based on active users.
The social networking service, known for its short 140-character messages, is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
The number of Twitter users worldwide is projected to grow from about 258 million users in 2015 to nearly 370 million users by 2020…More at http://statista.com
15 Twitter Business Statistics & Trends on Twitter Advertising
Did you know that 58% of the world’s top brands have more than 100,000 Twitter followers while 93% of people who follow an SMB on Twitter plan to buy from them in the future?
These are just some of the incredible stats that prove the power of Twitter for businesses of all sizes – not only as a social network but also as an advertising platform and customer service channel…More at http://ventureharbour.com
14 Twitter Advertising Statistics Marketers Must Know
- Twitter has an active user base of 130,000 advertisers.
- 86% of Twitter’s revenue comes from Mobile.
- Twitter is used by 84% of B2B marketers.
- Mobile advertising revenue was 88% of total advertising revenue.
- Total ad engagements were up 91% year-over-year….More at http://dsim.in
30 essential Twitter statistics for advertisers – ClickZ
Twitter has lost close to $15 billion in market value in the last six months, as the platform is becoming increasingly perceived as Instagram and Facebook’s friend that doesn’t quite get it.
What do the stats say? Here are this year’s essential facts and figures…More at http://clickz.com
50 Tweetable Twitter Statistics For Marketers
Twitter is one of the most popular social networks around today, and it is an absolutely indispensable tool for marketers and advertisers alike.
No one wants to just believe a point like that at face value, however, so lets look at some powerful statistics that prove Twitter is still relevant….More at http://searchenginepeople.com
Do Twitter Ads Work? Comparing the Ad Performance of The World’s Largest Social Networks
Investors may be a little more nervous though. According to polls, just 35% of Americans think buying Twitter stock is a good idea, whereas 51% of Americans thought Facebook stock was a good idea before its IPO last May.
As for me, I’m not planning to buy any Twitter stock. I’ve always said that Facebook makes a weak showing when it comes to ad performance for direct response marketing…More at http://wordstream.com
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