Twitter CEO Elon Musk said the social media platform has a shot at being cashflow-positive the next quarter

In the recent news, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk has now crossed the threshold of 100 million Twitter followers, a milestone that coincided with a rare spell of his silence on the social media that has sparked speculation on Wall Street. The billionaire, who also turned 51 on Tuesday, became just the sixth Twitter user to amass 100 million Twitter followers and the first among renowned business leaders. 


Elon Musk Has Posted Around 18500 Tweets 


Other accounts in the rarefied club belong to former President Barack Obama, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Cristiano Ronaldo. Moreover, Elon Musk joined Twitter in 2009, three years after the platform launched. In that time, he’s posted around 18,500 tweets across a huge range of subjects. Some of these tweets have gotten Elon Musk into trouble with the authorities.


Furthermore, Elon Musk surpassed 100 million Twitter followers between June 26th and June 27th where he saw a gain of almost 150,000 Twitter followers within that period, according to SocialBlade. With Musk recently in the midst of acquiring Twitter, he could one of the most “post savvy” social media owners compared to others. His average daily amount of posts on Twitter is 14, and most of them consist of memes, some of which take shots at other famous people.


Elon Musk’s 100 Million Twitter Followers May Also Comprise Spam Bots


The only major concern with Musk’s Twitter followers count is spam bots, which, according to Musk, take up 20 percent of users on Twitter. He says this is part of the reason why hasn’t yet moved forward with a deal to purchase the social media platform. For now, Musk proceeds to post the usual on his Twitter account, with his most recent one displaying a 7-Eleven gas sign, followed by gas prices shown below at $7.11 USD.


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