One month after completing his takeover of Twitter, Elon Musk says new user registrations have reached levels at an “all-time high.” On Saturday night he shared A slide deck that outlines the present situation on Twitter and his vision of the platform. On November 16, Twitter added more than 2 million new users every day in the last seven days, as per one graph Musk posted. Furthermore, the daily signups for new users are up by 66 percent compared to the same interval in 2021.
Musk claimed that user active minutes also hit an all-time high, with Twitter’s users averaging 8 billion active hours per day for the past seven days as of November 15. This is an increase of 30 percent from earlier in the year. Musk also used an image to show a decrease in hate speech impressions over the last few months.
If the information Musk disclosed is correct, the meaning of it is highly debatable. For instance, the graph on hate speech provides the best possible incomplete picture of the situation. One thing to note is that the small print indicates that the data only includes tweets written in English. Second, there’s evidence to suggest Twitter has recently stopped enforcing its hateful behavior policy, which applies to the targeted harassment of transgender people.
In the early hours of Sunday, Musk said to Jordan Peterson He sees “a path to Twitter exceeding a billion monthly users in 12 to 18 months.” Achieving that goal will require Twitter to increase its signups dramatically. If the company can add 2 million new users each week, that’s just the 104 million users that will be added by the end of the year. Twitter is home to around A monthly active population is 450 million users as of 2022.