Semiocast has compiled an infographic that shows the most popular languages spoken today on Twitter. English holds the top place with 34% of tweets written in English, followed closely by Japanese – well, that was unexpected! In addition, users have increased six-fold since 2010, with international users holding the lion’s share.
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