Twitter has Q2 2019 revenues of $841 million — a year-on-year (YoY) increase of around 18% on the $711 million the social network , and a 5% jump .

This was also the first quarter that the San Francisco-based social network didn’t report monthly active users (MAUs), instead focusing squarely on what it calls “monetizable daily active users” (mDAUs), which jumped to 139 million — up 14% YoY and 4% on the previous quarter.

Additionally, Twitter claimed “better than expected” profitability with an operating income of $76 million, after hitting its .

Wall Street estimates leading up to today’s earnings announcement pegged Twitter’s Q2 revenue at roughly $829 million, while Twitter itself estimated its Q2 revenues to fall somewhere between $770 million and $830 million.

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