Obama Breaks Twitter Record In Less Than 5 Hours - TinoShare.com
Obama Breaks Twitter Record In Less Than 5 Hours - TinoShare.com

When you’re President of the United States, almost all it may seem like possible, including breaking world records. And Obama, who won a Nobel Peace Prize in 2009, has achieved a unique record at Twitter. 

Obama Breaks Twitter Record In Less Than 5 Hours - TinoShare.com

On Monday May 18, according to Guinness World Records, Obama, who had registered his personal account Twitter ( POTUS ) two days ago, it broke records getting more than 1 million followers in less than five hours , a figure that exceeds the record quite so far was held by Robert Downey Jr., who got so many followers in 24 hours.

This was not the first time Obama used Twitter, anyway. When was tweeted in the past, the president did under the signature of the White House (WhiteHouse).

But the account of the White House and theBarackObama account are handled by staff social media. The tweets of thePOTUS has, however, come only from the president, according to the White House clarified.

Twitter Obama was in another six times since its first message , including multiple photos at events attended and interaction with former President Bill Clinton joked with your username.

What do you think of the record beaten by Barack Obama? 1 million followers in 5 hours is the equivalent of 200 000 fans per hour 3333 followers per minute, about 55 fans per second. It is an important figure and it was worth noting because it set a Guinness record, I hopefully have as much followers 55 per year!

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