- By Andrew SwiftAndrew Swift is an editorial researcher at Foreign Policy.
"Hello beautiful world. I would like to thank all my followers, We’ve passed the million mark! Woo-hoo!."
For comparison, U.S. President Barack Obama has almost 6,000,000 followers, though his account has been open for a much longer period of time. (Note: The White House has 1,800,000 followers — the above figure is Obama’s Organizing for America account, which was previously his campaign Twitter profile.) Dmitry Medvedev’s official English Kremlin account, however, has a mere 50,000 followers. (And the Russian version has only 111,000 followers.)
If you’re on Twitter, it’d behoove you to follow Foreign Policy‘s page, where you can stay up to date on the latest articles and news from FP. (At the moment, we’ve got 73,500 followers.) Furthermore, you can follow the personal accounts of FP’s editors, handily compiled in the FP_Tweeps list.