Twitter, which had its stock price dive nearly 20% in the first quarter of 2019, announced that it was shutting down the service in October 2019.
It shuttered more than 100 million accounts, the company said, and shut down all of its services to keep users from posting abusive or offensive content.
That means that Twitter will no longer be able to handle the traffic and user growth it needs to keep pace with the rise of other social networks, such as Instagram and Snapchat.
Twitter also shut down its API in October 2020, meaning that users will no long be able see the data it was collecting on them.
The social network’s business is still in a very nascent stage, with its revenue growing but it’s not profitable yet.
While Twitter was already in a tough spot in terms of growth, it also faced some serious challenges when it launched.
The company has faced a lot of criticism for what it’s doing with users’ data and for what critics have deemed its decision to sell off some of its data to the advertising industry.
Facebook has been criticized for allowing advertisers to target users with ads and for offering a number of services to make it easier for them to target people.
But in many ways, Twitter has had a lot more to work with, as Facebook is far less popular and less profitable than Twitter is.
But Twitter will continue to serve as a useful tool for social media marketers, who will continue using it to connect with customers and build their brands.