Traffic spike is expected for many Twitter users on Monday after the company launched a new service called Twitter.
The service, which lets people tweet directly from Twitter, will also include a search feature.
“It’s really important that we continue to grow the network and make sure we have more people in our ecosystem,” tweeted Twitter CEO Dick Costolo.
The company has said it has had traffic spikes of up to 40 percent on its network on average since the launch of its new product last year.
The company also said it was expecting “a significant increase in traffic” in the next few days.
The traffic spike comes after Twitter announced plans to roll out a new “social media platform” to replace its main competitor, Instagram.
Twitter announced its new service last week, and its launch comes after the Twitter service lost more than half of its users in the first week after it launched.
The service was designed to make it easier for users to tweet directly on Twitter and to get more followers.
The platform has a free version, a paid service and a pro version.
According to the company, its new social media platform will be available to all Twitter users starting Monday.
Twitter has been criticized for its slow rollout and poor user experience.
In September, it was reported that some users of the service were having trouble logging in.
Twitter’s Twitter API has also been criticized by critics who have called it an API that has been hijacked by developers and users who can manipulate the site’s API keys.
Twitter’s API has been hacked and used by criminals, including members of Anonymous, according to the FBI.
The New York Times reported that hackers are using Twitter’s APIs to make bots and spam posts.
Twitter is also facing criticism from several other technology experts and privacy groups.