Twitter claims user growth at 'all-time highs' after Elon Musk's purchase: report
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Growth of daily active users on Twitter spiked 20% in the first week of Elon Musk's ownership, according to an internal document obtained by The Verge, a metric that may dispel concerns of a mass exodus from the platform.
Twitter had 237.8 million monetizable daily active users at the end of the second quarter, according to the last earnings report before Musk took the company private.
In the first full week of Musk's private ownership, daily active user growth hit "all-time highs" and crossed 250 million, The Verge reports, citing the internal document that was distributed to the sales team for conversations with advertisers who are wary about their presence on the platform.