Musk Says Twitter Has Lost Half Its Advertising Revenue

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Elon Musk Twitter is suffering an approximately 50% drop in advertising revenue. To combat this streak, Tesla & SpaceX boss recently bought the platform for a whopping $44 billion. Additionally, Moderators of the platform decided to limit their Twitter posts to 10K for verified accounts & 1K for non-verified accounts & 500 for recent unverified accounts for the betterment of the platform.

Things aren’t looking too hot for the platform with the recent launch of Facebook’parent 'Metas' Threads racking up > one hundred million subscribers in its first five days of App launch while Twitter has only two hundred million regular users & tech chaos that led Elon Musk to sacked hundreds of staffers.

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