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Technologies > Content Management > Ghost > Technology Changes

Changes in the usage of Ghost

Find more details in our extensive Ghost market report.

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This diagram shows the percentages of websites that recently changed between Ghost and other content management. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys.

How to read the diagram:
2.70% of the websites that are using Ghost were using WordPress until recently.
1.69% of the websites that were using Ghost until recently are now using WordPress.

Overall
4.58%
4.08%
WordPress
2.70%
1.69%
GitHub Pages
0.44%
0.19%
Jekyll
0.25%
0.38%
W3Techs.com, 26 April 2019
changes from other content management to Ghost
changes from Ghost to other content management
Percentage of websites changing between
Ghost and other content management.

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You can find technology change information between Ghost and all 639 other content management systems as well as examples of sites that made these changes in our Ghost market report.

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Technology Brief
Ghost
Category: Content Management Systems
Ghost is an open source blogging platform built on Node.js, originally developed by John O'Nolan.
Website: ghost.org


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