WordPress Continues to Dominate in Market Share

Where would blogging be if WordPress had never been created? I would have to say that it would not be where it’s at today! WordPress has completely changed the way blogs are created and managed, and they software also makes it extremely easy for anyone to setup and learn how to use within just minutes. Throw in all of the WordPress plugins and themes and you also have a whole business market for designers and developers. Best of all… it’s not even just about blogging, WordPress is now one of the major content management systems for many of the largest sites in the world!

Yes, without WordPress things would be a lot different.

Lets take a look at some of the amazing numbers behind WordPress and how they are completely dominating the web space in 2013.

Who is Using WordPress

  • Of all the web sites in the world, WordPress is the CMS of choice, leading the way with 19%. The only stat higher is 69%, which accounts for sites running without a CMS at all. Joomla and Drupal are way behind with just 2-3% of the market share.
  • Sites that are running off a CMS overwhelming use WordPress as their preferred platform at 59%.

Key Numbers on WordPress

  • 18th most popular web site
  • 26,000 available plugins
  • 72.4 million wordpress blogs 500,000 new posts published every day
  • 22% of all new web sites run on wordpress
  • WordPress plugins have been downloaded over 485 million times!
  • 68 million wordpress web sites in the world 92& of all users utilize wordpress as a full cms
  • WordPress 3.03 had over a million downloads 2 days after launch
  • 663 million – how many visitors wordpress driven sites attract per month

Wordpress in Numbers

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About the Author

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at ZacJohnson.com, as well as the founder of BloggingTips.com. You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook

Jaime Tagle - October 3, 2013

This are great news! WordPress is the best tool for creating any type of website.

Lets see how the platform keeps evolving and getting better with each version.

Ankur Upadhyay - October 3, 2013

WordPress has changed the way, we look at CMS. I myself started at Blogger and then switched over to WordPress and the difference was huge.

WordPress is a complete package from its themes to plugins to complete control over your blog which is lacking in blogger.

Thanks for sharing this information Zac. And cool infographic.

Sam - October 4, 2013

I Love WordPress. It is the number one in the market. Great Post Zac.

Joe Hart - October 4, 2013

It’s great to see a non-Google entity thriving amidst tight competition.Kudos to the team behind.

anastris - October 11, 2013

yes, i love wordpress too. WordPress is the best CMS i think. We can use this CMS as a blog and also as ecommerce. Nice share Zac.. :D

Kevin - November 1, 2013

Its great WordPress is dominating, potential clients are now searching for WordPress website designers.

Great post.

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