Twitter’s growth these days seems to be coming from abroad.
ComScore data shows a 6.7 percent jump from August to September in worldwide vistors to 58.4 million (which translates to 949 percent increase from a year ago).
The 20.9 million visitors from the U.S., in contrast, has remained flat since June.
(These numbers do not include mobile or desktop usage.)
Twitter’s recently announced deals with Bing and Google should drive more traffic from the search engines.
And perhaps new features ( to make Twitter more manageable) such as Twitter Lists, which is expected to be introduced to all users sometime this week, will also reignite growth.
full report via Techcrunch