Here's where that puts us according to Entrepreneur Magazine:
According to data journalist Jon Bruner, O'Reilly Media's editor-at-large, Twitter accounts that have 1,000-plus followers are in the 96th percentile of active Twitter users.
How does he figure that? Well, over the course of several weeks this year, Bruner took a deep dive into the "Twitterverse." Using data collected from around 400,000 accounts, he found that the median Twitter account has just one follower. Among active Twitter users -- those Bruner defines as having posted something in the last 30 days -- the median account had 61 followers. Bruner notes that his definition of an active Twitter user is narrower than Twitter's definition of an active user, which includes anyone who has logged into the service.