200 Million Tweets Each Day On Twitter!

Twitter might limit users to 140 characters per message, but that hasn’t stopped them from speaking up and travel back in time to January 2009, you’ll discover that Twitter users were sending out 2 million tweets a day and now in 2011 users on Twitter are now hammering out 200 million tweets each day from their PCs, tablets, and mobile phones. Some of the most tweeted and discussed topics in 2011 include Swine Flu, Cairo, Easter, Newly-named Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Gadafi – Libyan political leader, Charlie Sheen, Queen Gaga, Rebecca Black and Fukushima – Japanese nuclear power plant……………


Twitter has reached a new milestone, it’s users now send 200 million tweets per day and the figure becomes quite impressive when one considers that in January 2009, 2 million tweets were sent per day. And a year ago, the daily tweet tally stood at 65 million a day and Twitter also looked at the most-popular topics on its site during the first six months of the year. According to Twitter, pop singer Rebecca Black was the top topic in pop culture so far this year, followed by Britney Spears’ album Femme Fatale and Charlie Sheen. Swine Flu, Hosni Mubarak and Easter were the top world-events topics on the site. Twitter’s growth over the years has been strong even through difficult times. During its especially swift growth in 2009, the site’s users were welcomed by the Fail Whale, an image that displayed when the site was down far more often than they would have liked. Twitter‘s downtime to become something of a running joke. But the whale never stopped people from coming back and over the past year in particular, the site has been far more stable. Twitter also listed the top trending topics for the first half of 2011, divided into world events/news and pop culture:
World events/News:

  • AH1N1 – Swine Flu
  • Mubarak – former Egyptian President
  • Easter – Christian holiday
  • Cairo – capital of Egypt
  • Prayforjapan – sentiment following the March earthquake and tsunami
  • Chernobyl – site of nuclear disaster in 1986
  • Libia/Libya – site of an ongoing civil war
  • Fukushima – Japanese nuclear power plant
  • William & Kate – Newly-named Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
  • Gadafi – Libyan political leader

Pop culture:

  • Rebecca Black – pop singer
  • Femme Fatale – newly-released Britney Spears album
  • Charlie Sheen – actor
  • Tigerblood – hashtag popularized by Charlie Sheen
  • Nate Dogg – rapper
  • Anderson Silva – Brazilian mixed martial artist
  • Tom & Jerry – famous cartoon
  • Mumford & Sons – British rock band
  • Bieber alert – referring to artist Justin Bieber
  • Queen Gaga – referring to artist Lady Gaga

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