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WordPress Blog

Category WordPress

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 18 May 2017

Most popular content management systems on .gov sites:

1. Drupal
2. CivicEngage
3. WordPress

Web Technologies of the Year 2016

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 January 2017

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 4 July 2016

WordPress sites prefer HTML, mostly HTML5, whereas Joomla, Drupal and Magento sites stick to XHTML.

Web Technologies of the Year 2015

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 4 January 2016

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

WordPress powers 25% of all websites

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 9 November 2015

The most popular content management systems now runs a quarter of the web. We have a closer look at the detailed statistics behind that success.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 1 October 2015

Fastest growing content management systems in September:

1. WordPress
2. Shopify
3. Blogger

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 5 March 2015

34.7% of all English language websites use WordPress.

Web technologies of the year 2014

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 5 January 2015

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 28 August 2014

WordPress has 85.4% CMS market share among Japanese language websites.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 5 May 2014

WordPress has replaced Drupal as the most popular content management system on .edu sites.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 3 March 2014

Content management system usage on Windows-based web servers:

1. WordPress, 2. DotNetNuke, 3. SharePoint.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 13 January 2014

WordPress has just increased its CMS market share to 60%.

Web technologies of the year 2013

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 6 January 2014

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 13 December 2013

There are 5 times as many sites switching from Joomla to WordPress than the other way around.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 25 November 2013

Market shares of content management systems amongst the top 1000 sites:

1. WordPress, 2. Drupal, 3. Blogger, 4. vBulletin, 5. MediaWiki

WordPress powers 1 in 5 websites

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 23 September 2013

The most popular content management system in the world keeps gaining popularity, and now powers 20% of the web.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 26 August 2013

WordPress is used by more websites than all other content management systems combined.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 11 July 2013

28.7% of all English language websites use WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 26 March 2013

62.7% of the websites that have a Pinterest Pin-It button are based on WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 5 November 2012

Market shares of content management systems amongst the top 1000 sites:

1. WordPress, 2. vBulletin, 3. Drupal

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 8 October 2012

Usage of WordPress is now at 17.0% of all websites, up from 12.3% two years ago.

Most popular content management systems by country

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 September 2012

W3Techs presents a world map showing which content management system is the most popular one in each country.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 14 August 2012

Changes in the usage of the Big 3 content management systems in one year:
WordPress +2.0%
Joomla +0.1%
Drupal +0.4%

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 28 June 2012

A significant number of sites that were using Movable Type are now moving to WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 7 June 2012

16.5% of all websites, and 23.5% of all English language websites use WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 11 April 2012

WordPress is used by 25% of all the websites that use PHP.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 25 January 2012

WordPress sites switch to new versions much faster than Joomla sites.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 19 January 2012

Content management system usage in Russia:

1. WordPress, 2. DataLife Engine, 3. Bitrix

Top 10 rising web technologies in 2011

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 January 2012

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 12 December 2011

Usage of Blogger is rising, but many websites switch to WordPress afterwards. Looks like Blogger is the entry-level CMS.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 15 November 2011

The web analytics market share on WordPress sites is 16% for WordPress Stats and 83% for Google Analytics.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 11 November 2011

On an average day, over 100 of the top 1 million websites start using WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 24 October 2011

The most popular WordPress version is 3.2, only released in July. No other CMS is faster in deploying new versions.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 12 October 2011

Content management system usage on Windows servers:

1. WordPress, 2. DotNetNuke, 3. Discuz, 4. SharePoint.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 5 October 2011

PHP Link Directory ranks second in the survey of content management systems on .info sites, only behind WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 26 September 2011

Drupal is losing sites to WordPress, but gaining just as many from Joomla: Drupal change report.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 12 August 2011

With 16% market share, vBulletin is the #2 content management system amongst the top 10,000 sites, only behind WordPress.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 29 June 2011

Movable Type is the #2 content management system in Japan, only behind WordPress: CMS usage on Japaneses sites

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 14 June 2011

Typo3 is the #2 content management system in Germany, only behind WordPress: CMS usage on German sites

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 23 May 2011

Less than one year after the release of WordPress 3.0, over 75% of the sites made the switch. WordPress version history

Highlights of web technology surveys, January 2011: Top 10 rising web technologies in 2010

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 2 January 2011

We have a look at the web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Highlights of web technology surveys, June 2010: The amazing dominance of WordPress as CMS

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 1 June 2010

56% of the sites that use a content management system are using WordPress, and that percentage is even growing. For most users, WordPress seems to offer the best balance of features and easy-of-use.

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