- Twitter's IPO filing became public Thursday, and it could be trading as early as November.
- The filing details the company's rapid growth, as well as the heavy spending it takes to sustain it—the micro-blogging platform posted a loss of $69 million in the six months ended in June.
- That many Twitter users are overseas despite much of its ad revenue coming from the U.S. is being eyed as one of many opportunities for future growth.
Twitter's IPO, and the shareholders it will have to answer to as a result, is sure to increase efforts to monetize the platform, and that can only mean good news for marketers. For more, check out our look at the details marketers need to know.