The above DGraph represents the Twitter revenue by quarter, from Q1 2011 to the most recent quarter. In Q3 2018, Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) generated its highest-ever revenue of $758 million, that’s a notable increase of 28.5% YoY.
Interestingly, Q4 2015 was the first quarter when Twitter crossed $700 million mark in terms of revenue. However, when it comes to profit, it was Q4 2017 when Twitter had reported its first-ever net profit, with soaring $732 million in revenue.
More than 85% of Twitter’s revenue in Q3 2018 came from advertising.
Known as the world’s most popular micro-blogging site, Twitter saw broad-based revenue growth across all regions. The United States remained the largest market, accounted for nearly 56% of Twitter’s total revenue ($423 million) in Q3 2018.
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