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Social network "exploded": Thousands of new users per minute
We live in the world of social networks, I personally only use Facebook, I have Twitter and Instagram as well, however, I hardly go there, yet some new social networks are more and more present and have more users, and Parler is definitely one of them.
Parler, a social network considered a bastion of free speech, is suffering problems due to congestion caused by the huge number of new users who are massively switching to this platform revolted by the censorship carried out by Twitter."Parler has exploded. Thousands of users are being added per minute and technical problems due to congestion are being solved in parallel," said Danler's radio host and majority shareholder Dan Bongino.
He denied rumors that the platform had been sold.
The sharp rise in new users has made Parler the most downloaded app in America today in the Google Play Store, surpassing platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Twitter. Before June, Parler had an average of about 2,000 downloads. Its user base doubled that month, to about 1.5 million, after Twitter began introducing drastic measures to mark and delete posts.
Parler now adds as many users per minute as it once gained in one day.The uprising, led by conservatives, followed after Twitter and Facebook suppressed reports of the alleged expansion of the influence of the family of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, by closing the New York Post account for two weeks, which first published the story, for two weeks.Twitter also marked posts by President Donald Trump and his supporters, including messages mentioning election fraud, as "controversial."Henderson, a Nevada-based Parler, was founded in 2018 by software engineers John Mace and Jared Thomson.
It had about 4.5 million users before the November 3 election.Among those users were prominent conservatives, such as Trump's lawyer Rudi Giuliani and Eric Trump.Some of its most active users, such as InfoWars boss Alex Jones, Proud Boys founder Gavin Meckins and writer Milo Janopoulos, have been kicked off other platforms.Mace, who is the executive director of Parler, said that the company's user base is becoming more diverse as censorship on other platforms worsens.
I would also like to hear from you if you are perhaps a member of Parler and if so, how satisfied are you?