More Tweets Posted Are 28 Characters Long Than Any Other Length [Headlines]

More Tweets Posted Are 28 Characters Long Than Any Other Length [Headlines]
technology

An employee of the social network analyzed one million tweets to get the average number of characters per tweet.

Sam McNerney
  • 10 january 2012

If you’ve ever wondered how long the average Tweet is, then this graph should answer some questions for you. Created by Twitter employee Isaac Hepworth, it is a sampling of 1 million Tweets published on the network, excluding retweets. The graph is plotted out by number of characters and allows for a couple of interesting conclusions to be drawn. TheNextWeb

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