Twitter by the numbers

Twitter by the numbers

By now you know that Twitter has revealed what’s under the hood for its public offering. But while you can dig through the S-1 filing on you own, we thought we’d help out by highlighting some of the most interesting figures. So here are the numbers you need to know about Twitter’s IPO:

140: the total number of characters allowed in a Tweet

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44,157.061: shares of common stock that will be issued upon the “exercise of options to purchase shares” as of June 30, 2013

$1,000,000,000: the amount that Twitter is looking to raise in its IPO

$28,278,000: revenue generated in 2010

$106,313,000: revenue generated in 2011

$316,933,000: revenue generated in 2012

$253,635,000: revenue generated in the first half of 2013

$69.3 million: Twitter’s net loss in the first half of 2013

$418,600,000: accumulated deficit Twitter has incurred as of June 30, 2013

$53 million: Twitter’s international revenue in 2012

$62.8 million: Twitter’s international revenue in the six months ending June 30, 2013

25 percent: percentage of total revenue coming from international efforts in the six months ending June 30, 2013

65 percent: the percentage of advertising revenue generated from mobile devices in Q2 FY2013

75 percent: the percentage of monthly active users who accessed Twitter from a mobile device

218,300,000: the number of monthly active users on Twitter, as of Q2 2013

100,000,000: the number of daily active users on Twitter

5 percent: the percentage of monthly active users judged to be falese or spam accounts

30,000,000,000: the number of online impressions of Tweets off of Twitter properties

25 million: the number of times President Obama’s victory tweet was viewed on Twitter’s platform and distributed offline in print and broadcast media

6 million: the number of websites that have integrated with Twitter

3 million: the number of applications that have been registered by developers

1 million: the number of third-party websites that have displayed Tweets

6: the number of issued patents Twitter has received as of June 30, 2013

80: the number of filed patent applications made in the United States and abroad

2,000: the number of employees that work at Twitter

$11,505,740: CEO Dick Costolo’s compensation in 2012

12 percent or 58,909,847 shares: the stake co-founder Evan Williams has in the company

Photo credit: David Paul Morris/Getty Images

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