Ahead of Twitter's quarterly earnings report on Tuesday, the stagnant user-base growth of the social-media company remains front and center.
Wall Street is expecting Twitter to show earnings per share of 10 cents on revenue of $607 million, according to consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters. That's compared to 7 cents per share on $435 million in revenue for the same period in 2015.
Twitter, once a promising tech darling, has been under pressure over the past year. The stock has fallen 65% since last April, and is down 66% from its 52-week intra-day high.
Central to analysts and investors' concerns is the lackluster growth in monthly active users (MAU). In Twitter's last quarterly report the company posted no user growth for the first time. Twitter's revenue is dependent on advertisers, which is why MAU is such a closely-watched metric.
The stagnant growth combined with management turnover and questionable product changes has led to concerns about Twitter's future.