Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) recently reported its Q1 results, and Simply Wall St. featured the company in a recent analysis report. Twitter’s numbers surpassed expectations for revenue and earnings slightly. However, since the release, the company’s stock has taken a hit, likely because Q1 results included lower guidance for the second quarter of 2021. The analysis noted that after a year of implementing noticeable changes to the Twitter platform as well as adding a few acquisitions to its portfolio, Twitter will be interesting to watch. While the company’s Q1 numbers were not disappointing, they didn’t stack up to numbers released by other tech companies. “Up until recently, Twitter Inc. stock had gained significant traction following its initiatives to breathe new life into its business,” the report stated. “These initiatives included the launch of new products and features such as Spaces, which would compete with audio-only rival Clubhouse and Super Follows, a subscription service which would enable content creators to receive payments. The company also entered an acquisition spree in early 2020 with some of its notable acquisitions including Squad, a screen-sharing app, and Revue, a newsletter publishing platform. With expectations that these innovations would better position the business against its major competitors, investor optimism was raised and share prices rose over late 2020. However, the newly found momentum lost steam after the company reported its Q1 2021 earnings.”
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