- Worldwide Rank #10,007
- Follower/Following Ratio 1.84
- Daily New Followers 0
Salt Twitter Stats
@saltpublishing - Tracking Salt Twitter profile since April 5, 2014
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Salt, also known as @saltpublishing has a reasonably significant presence on Twitter and is ranked by us in the 50% percentile for account strength. Active on Twitter since May 2008, Salt made it to having the admirable number of 161,481 Twitter followers and to being ranked 10,007 for number of followers among all Twitter users.
Uh-oh... seems like someone has fallen asleep while on duty and is dropping in social relevance. The plot thickens when considering Salt's follower-to-following ratio, which is 1.84. That's a healthy ratio.
From a tweeting perspective, @saltpublishing is a casual user, with an average of 6 tweet(s) per day in the past 30 days. However this seems to be a big change from a total of 36,459 since @saltpublishing joined Twitter.
It seems like Salt is commanding an enormous amount of attention on Twitter, with an audience attentiveness score of 100%, which stems from being tracked on 4,369 Twitter lists and normalized to their 161,481 followers.
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@saltpublishing has posted 231 tweets in the last 30 days, which translates to an average of 8 tweets per day.
Salt Twitter Followers
@saltpublishing has 161,481 followers on Twitter.
This account is #10,007 in the worldwide rank of the most popular Twitter users.
Salt Following on Twitter
@saltpublishing is following 87,788 Twitter accounts.
Last month this account stopped following 15,931 users.
Salt Predictions & Milestones
@saltpublishing will hit 161,470 followers in the next 3 months, and 161,436 in one year.
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Salt was founded in Cambridge, in the United Kingdom, in 1999 and has operated continuously from that year. Since the beginning of the new millennium, we have published nearly 1,000 books in the UK and sold them internationally.
From the start, Salt has published in a wide range of genres: from literary biography and memoir, to plays, poetry, short stories, theatre studies, literary studies, cultural and landscape studies, companions, monographs and writer’s guides, as well as our core publishing activity in fiction.
In addition to these lists, we have developed a poetry translations series, a children’s poetry list and our Earthworks series — focused on the poetry and fiction of indigenous peoples as well as the poetry of Latin America and the Spanish-speaking world.
In 2011, Salt started commissioning crime fiction and, through our Proxima imprint, began publishing science fiction and fantasy books, further broadening the range of the publishing business.
Today, Salt is a privately-owned British company, with editors in the USA, Australia and the UK; a trade publishing business, proudly independent, committed to producing important, beautiful, readable, literary works.
Our commissioning editors are key to our ongoing success as a press: experts in their field — and often leading writers, translators and teachers themselves — they actively seek out talent that is capable of exciting and connecting with wide, informed and passionate readerships — Salt endeavours to directly connect with these communities of readers through all forms of social media, as well as at a wide range of international events — including many literary festivals.
Salt now has its main registered business address in Cromer, England. The senior management team is based around the UK in Barnsley, Cromer and Milton Keynes — meeting several times a year to develop strategy and to plan innovations in a fast-changing publishing world.