I did a google search for this data. I use this as an example that revenue may be more important than profit for a period of years.
Right. The proof of decline for a current business model of Twitter Inc. would be either: number of active users go down, or advertisers willing to pay less (monetization per user go down) or leaving the platform at all.
Which, at least from my point of view, is unclear, also considering that the companies will usually try hide such trends if they actually take place. However might be true still.
I mean, sorry for the previous longread, etc. and likely the message of the Brad's post was different, but I've honestly tried to form a coherent, albeit simplified view of the economic side.