Since Elon Musk’s $44 billion purchase of Twitter, there’s been no shortage of users threatening to quit and go elsewhere. Concerns range from the billionaire’s stance on moderation and free speech to his plan to let people pay for verification check marks.

But once a user closes their Twitter account, where can they go to attain some level of social media satisfaction?

"If you were following Kylie Jenner’s tweets and she left Twitter, don’t you just follow her on Instagram or TikTok instead?” said Sarah Simon, a senior media analyst at Berenberg.