Twitter’s Gone Global

There’s no doubt that Twitter has become an international icon in social media, providing a way for people around the world to spread information far and fast. Although English remains Twitter’s first language, Yahoo news reported on a recent study by social media monitor Semiocast which suggests that the popular social website is becoming more global.
In the past year, tweets in Arabic have jumped from 99,000 per day to over two million per day. Other languages have also made incredible gains, such as Thai, which grew by 470 percent during the same time period. The estimated 5.6 billion tweets used in the study included sixty-one languages!
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