A new report from The Wall Street Journal and the Center for Responsive Politics says that as Twitter users become more active on the platform, they’re using their followers to make a difference in the world.
As of the end of February, the total number of active Twitter users was over 2.7 billion.
Of those, 1.6 billion were followers of celebrities.
The rest were users who have been active since last year, the report says.
This chart from the report shows that in the past three years, the number of followers of users who tweeted more than 30 times a day rose from 1.4 billion to 1.8 billion.
This growth is driven by increased use of the platform by more active users, who tweet more than 10 times a month.
The growth of Twitter followers has been driven by the rise of celebrities and the emergence of the hashtag #followme.
This trend, according to the report, is a direct result of increased engagement on the service by celebrities.
In 2017, only 25 percent of Twitter users who participated in more than one tweet tweeted once a day or less.
That number rose to 33 percent in 2020.
By 2020, over 90 percent of the people tweeting said they’d tweet more, and over 85 percent said they would tweet more frequently.
The growth of celebrities is another driver of the growth of followers.
Over 80 percent of followers are either from a country or the United States, and more than 70 percent of users have at least one Twitter user in their country.
This is the largest group of Twitterers in any country in the country, and a significant percentage of the Twitter user base is from outside of the United Kingdom, according the report.
The report shows how the trend toward increased engagement is also impacting the ability of celebrities to interact with their followers.
The study found that celebrities are often interacting with followers on Twitter through tweets that include the hashtag “#followme,” or through the hashtag “follow me.”
This hashtag has been used to increase engagement with celebrities on the social network, which has been a major driver of their growth.
Over the past two years, it has increased from a mere 8 percent of celebrities’ followers in the United Arab Emirates to a whopping 51 percent of stars from that country, the study found.
This trend has been attributed to the success of “followme” on Twitter.
The number of tweets celebrities post using the hashtag has also increased in recent years.
In 2015, only about 3 percent of tweets included the hashtag.
In 2016, it reached 5 percent.
By 2020, that number rose from 7 percent to 10 percent.
In 2020, more than 3 million celebrities used the hashtag to post their tweets.
“It has become clear that the use of hashtags on Twitter is a powerful tool for connecting with the people who follow you, but also for amplifying the impact of your tweets,” said Daniel Schulman, founder and chief executive officer of Cravath, Swaine & Warren.
“As more of us are becoming active on Twitter, it’s important for brands to understand how to leverage it and how to use it strategically to engage with their audiences.”
Twitter is currently exploring ways to expand its ability to reach users more effectively.
In the coming months, Twitter is expected to begin rolling out an in-app advertising platform for brands.
Twitter will also begin offering in-person advertising for new campaigns.