In a recent tweet, Elon Musk, the tech mogul known for his endeavors in space exploration and electric vehicles, dropped a bombshell regarding viewer statistics on the social media platform, X (Twitter).
This revelation sent shockwaves through the online content creation community and prompted renowned YouTuber and philanthropist, MrBeast, to pose a crucial question.
Musk stated that long-form posts on X (Twitter) were racking up an astonishing 3 billion views per day and that this number was steadily on the rise.
This revelation took many by surprise, as X (Twitter’s) user base had been primarily associated with short, snappy updates rather than long-form content.
MrBeast questioned: “How long does someone have to watch content for it to count as a view on Twitter? On YouTube, it’s 4 seconds.”
Elon Musk’s Silence Despite the ripple of anticipation that MrBeast’s question generated, Elon Musk has not yet responded to this query.
While X (Twitter) has not officially disclosed its criteria for counting a view, the 4-second benchmark mentioned by MrBeast on YouTube has raised eyebrows.
If Twitter’s view count is indeed based on a shorter duration than YouTube, this information could lead to significant shifts in content creation.
As the digital community eagerly awaits Elon Musk’s response to MrBeast’s question
it’s clear that the revelation of Twitter’s 3 billion daily views has opened a Pandora’s box of queries and discussions.
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