Article originally appeared on dailycaller.com.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s new Twitter competitor, Threads, has seen a drop in half of all site traffic only two weeks after its launch, according to The Messenger.
Meta’s new Twitter-like platform Threads has seen a 25.4 million drop in active users, with traffic falling from 49 million active users to 23.6 million active users in just a week, according to The Messenger. Threads originally saw 100 million new users in its first five days, with 30 million of those coming in just the first day. (RELATED: Media Outlets Flock To Promote Zuckerberg’s New Rival To Musk’s Twitter)
“I’m very optimistic about how the Threads community is coming together,” Zuckerberg said Monday night on Threads. “Early growth was off the charts, but more importantly 10s of millions of people now come back daily. That’s way ahead of what we expected.
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