Just a tidbit…. Through a tweet from mashable (if you don’t subscribe via a Reader, put this on your to-do list), I saw an item this morning about a new study from Barracuda Labs:
The study looked at around 19 million Twitter accounts (PDF) in order to figure out how people are using Twitter (). It started with one assumption: an active or “True” Twitter user has at least 10 followers, follows at least 10 people, and had tweeted at least 10 times. By that definition though, only 21% of Twitter users are active users.
Usually when I report a study, I go to the source material. Don’t have time to do that today, but I thought I would put your collective guilt to rest if you’ve joined Twitter and haven’t tweeted much. You just might be above average, too!