Shares in Twitter jumped 26% in pre-market trading on Thursday after the social network reported its first ever profits.
In a landmark quarter, a substantial surge in revenue saw Twitter easily breeze past analysts´ forecasts.
Net income came in at $91m compared with losses of $167m in the same period of 2016, while operating earnings of $308m massively outpaced analysts´ expectations of $241m.
Revenue rose to $732m versus market estimates of $686.1m.
Monthly active users were broadly flat at 330 million, however, slightly behind analysts´ estimates.