Chirping It started working again with problems for the third time in a month: around 18 in the afternoon in Argentina the social network did not load the contents when accessed from the browser and a percentage also concerned mobile phones.
It is therefore a new drop so far in March: the first was recorded at the beginning of the month and, a week later, the social network started working again with problems.
The place DownDetectorwhich records drops in services all over the world, recorded 57% of users reporting anomalies in browsers (generally, accesses from laptops or PCs) and 33% of reports from mobile phones.
Thus, the system is more unstable and crashes frequently, due to the constant changes that Elon Musk, the owner of the company, introduces from week to week.
The last time the tycoon referred to these falls, he tried to give a more optimistic picture: at the beginning of the month he referred to these problems, when users could not see the contents published on the net and explained that the outage happened next about what They will try to make a change that should only affect 1% of users.
“What was supposed to be a small change in the top 1% of the user base on Twitter has turned out to be a catastrophic change in the top 100% of the user base,” he said.
Similarly, Musk explained that Twitter engineers were working on simplifying Twitter’s software code, which may be analogous to the current situation.
Musk fires people and hopes for better numbers
Meanwhile, Musk, who bought Twitter for $44 billion last October, said the social network could have “cash flow positive” next quarter.
“I don’t want to be bothered, but I think we have an opportunity to have positive cash flow in the next quarter,” the billionaire noted in an interview at a Morgan Stanley event that was streamed online.
This variation in the platform’s numbers would be due to an increase in users on the social network and a reduction in costs.
Since Musk took over, there have been massive layoffs in the company and even office supply auctions.
According to Musk, Twitter is the “number one” news app in the world, with 500 million active users and 250 million daily users.
“We receive on average between 120 and 230 million hours of human attention per day. simply amazing is how little is monetizedMusk pointed out.
The Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder said Twitter currently makes about 5-6 cents an hour of that time, and that his goal is to eventually make 10-25 cents.
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