The Philippines is the second top country with the highest number of K-Pop related Tweets.
56% of Filipino Millennials go to Twitter to discover new connections, take a stand, and candidly discuss their health and finances.
From the 9th spot in 2020, the Philippines is now the 6th country Tweeting the most about gaming in the first half of 2021.
Twitter is where communities form and thrive, where people gather to have conversations with others with common interests and passions, and to find out #WhatsHappening.
Twitter’s purpose is to serve the public conversation, whether it’s around the new must-watch series or the world’s biggest international sporting events. From #Butter to #FriendsReunion, from #GE2020 to #MilkTeaAlliance; Twitter is where people gather to talk about anything and everything.
We’re excited to share that starting today, we'll begin rolling out our new verification application process and reviewing public applications for verification on Twitter.
On Twitter, Filipino moms can also be seen actively talking about topics such as parenting, news, and even their personal interests. In addition, more moms are also jumping in and joining Twitter. In 2020, there are over 8M+ Twitters users[ Source: GWI: Twitter Users in the Philippines - Moms | Q1 - Q4 2020] in the Philippines who are moms, which is a 36% increase[ Source: GWI: Twitter Users in the Philippines - Moms | Q1 - Q4 2020] in the past 2 years.
Last year we introduced Spaces: live audio conversations on Twitter. Since then, we’ve been building and testing with a limited group, and have found that hearing people’s voices bring conversations on Twitter to life in a completely new way.
Food connects people beyond the table. It also gathers Filipinos together and sparks hearty discussions like sharing of favorite restaurants, recipes, and even cooking tips or hacks.
Twitter Philippines is launching its #ASMROnSpaces campaign, bringing together influential Filipinos voices in a session on Twitter Spaces on April 16, Friday at 3PM.