Twitter says it has 100 million active users

by the BBC

Twitter’s boss believes users will tolerate seeing more adverts on their feeds. The micro-blogging site Twitter has said active users have passed the 100 million mark, but it has no plans to become a public company. The company’s chief executive told a news conference it was preparing to increase its business range by broadening the areas of its service where adverts appear. But Dick Costolo also said he wanted the business to remain independent. He said active users, who log on at least once a month, rose 82% this year. Half of these 100 million log on at least once a day.

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