Thursday, 12 September 2013

See how Much Twitter and Twitter Founders are Billion of Dollars.

See how Much Twitter and Twitter Founders is Worth.

See how Much Twitter and Twitter Founders is Worth.
 Twitter was created back in March 2006 but its popularity soon went through the roof with more than 500 million users registered worldwideWow  as of last year and more than 500 million tweets sent a day. Here is a list of interesting facts about what makes Twitter a global Phemenon 

1 ) It took three years, two months and one day for the first billion Tweets to be sent on the platform. The same number are now sent every 48 hours.

2) UK Twitter users are very mobile - 80 per cent of UK users are active on mobile, compared to 60 per cent globally. 
3)The first Tweet was sent in San Francisco, California, by Twitter creator Jack Dorsey on March 21, 2006. 
4)  Pop star Justin Bieber has the most followers with around 44.5 million.
So Who are the Brains Behind the Twitter  Phenomenon  and how much are they worth

Evan Williams
Age: 41
Net worth: $1 - $2billion
Potential worth: $8billion
CNN Money estimated that he has a 30 to 35 per cent share in the company. His firms have also founded Blogger and Medium.
Williams, a vegetarian, lives in the San Francisco Bay area with his wife Sara Morishige and the pair have two children.
Role: Co-founder and former Chief Executive of Twitter
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Jack Dorsey
Age: 36
Net worth: $1.1billion
Potential worth: £3.1billion
Mr Dorsey sent the first ever tweet in March 2006 and is thought to own a 10 per cent share in the company.

Although he made his name with Twitter, most of his current fortune is thought to have been amassed through his estimated 25 per cent stake in mobile payment start up Square.
He is a certified masseur and lives in San Francisco.
Role: Executive chairman at Twitter, CEO at Square
Biz Stone
Age: 39
Net worth: Thought to be around $200million
Potential worth: Around $2billion
As well as Twitter, Stone, full name Christopher Isaac, helped to create and launch Xanga, Blogger, Odeo and Medium.
He is also CEO of a 2012 start-up called Jelly Industries, thought to be a mobile app.
He has written two books on blogging and made his directorial debut as part of Project Imaginat10n with Ron Howard.
Role: Co-inventor and co-founder of Twitter, CEO of Jelly Industries

Source ; culled from Daily Mail

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