The Current Capacity of WordPress – infographic

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The Current Capacity of WordPress – infographic

The Current Capacity of WordPress – infographic

Have you ever imagined that a basic publishing tool for bloggers (released almost 10 years ago) will turn into the world’s most popular Content Management System, powering more than 22% of all new websites? WordPress platform is both free and priceless at the same time, its plugins and themes compatibility offers practically unlimited capabilities for its users.

WordPress software will represent a significant part of web development and design in the near future. It gives the opportunity for all bloggers, developers, freelancers, startups or businesses to set up a website in a matter of days, with minimal resources and programming knowledge.

The Current Capacity of WordPress – infographic

The Current Capacity of WordPress

The Current Capacity of WordPress

Source: Winithemes


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Door | 2016-11-01T18:07:05+00:00 14 maart 2013|Categorieën: social media, social networks, webhosting, wordpress|Tags: |

32 Reacties

  1. Louis H Uffmire 14 maart 2013 om 14:15

    WordPress has come long way.

  2. Dianne Bioco 14 maart 2013 om 14:17

    Great site!

  3. Dan Calder 14 maart 2013 om 15:19

    Great article and info graphic. I always get a kick out of so called website “experts” who look down on WordPress. I think it’s fantastic and totally agree with the article that with all the plug ins out there, you can literally do almost anything with the WordPress platform.

    • Berrie Pelser 14 maart 2013 om 15:21

      Could not agree more! 🙂

  4. Tom Plamann 14 maart 2013 om 14:24

    Wow! What a trend.

  5. Akash Bathla 14 maart 2013 om 14:30

    Great info! Very well portrayed (y).

  6. Branko Zecevic 14 maart 2013 om 14:35

    WordPress platform is really the best! Google "like it" and it's very user friendly! Thanks for the post!

  7. Steve Cassady 14 maart 2013 om 14:54

    Interesting Stats. I wonder what five more years will be like.

  8. Sunish Sebastian 14 maart 2013 om 14:54

    WordPress is the best CMS platform ever build.

  9. Danny Brooks 14 maart 2013 om 14:56

    If it's good now, I wounder what it will be like when my kids are older ;).

  10. Phil Rosenberg 14 maart 2013 om 15:01

    I use WordPress – More complicated, but sooo much better than Blogger.

  11. WiniThemes 14 maart 2013 om 15:07

    Hi everyone, thanks for viewing our beautiful infograhic about WordPress, follow us for more interesting info, regards!

  12. Alberto Silva 14 maart 2013 om 15:08

    Great info.

  13. Liz Pullen 14 maart 2013 om 15:09

    Amazing how much it has grown!

  14. Toon Kerssemakers 14 maart 2013 om 15:17

    As clear, as professional and as simple explained as always. Gret info

  15. Harold Gardner 14 maart 2013 om 15:21

    To think that WP was just a simple tool for bloggers is amazing.

  16. Akash 14 maart 2013 om 16:43

    Great post! Very well illustrated

  17. Chris Inman 14 maart 2013 om 16:09

    It is amazing the progress in such a short amount of time — what's next.

  18. Radha 14 maart 2013 om 18:14

    10 years ago, it would have cost $25,000 to set up a website that delivers what WordPress gives away for free!

  19. Alex Zmushka 14 maart 2013 om 20:08

    No wonder WordPress leads in blogging. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Jeanne Lynn 14 maart 2013 om 19:14

    I use WordPress for all of my blogs. I tried Blogger and didn't like it. I'm always amazed at the variety of themes and plugins that are available. Great infographic!

  21. Jason Wagner 14 maart 2013 om 19:19

    Thanks for filling me in on WordPress! I knew about them, of course – but now I know a little more!

  22. Christian 14 maart 2013 om 23:22

    WordPress is the best, great graphic

  23. Neil Silverthorn 15 maart 2013 om 01:34

    You certainly can't beat the cost to use WordPress for web development. The plugins just keep getting better too.

  24. Rob Tee 15 maart 2013 om 02:30

    A great platform to use in a pinch.

  25. Barry Gumm 15 maart 2013 om 06:44

    Yep sometimes to bet the competition you just have to be around.

  26. John Small (@JohnSmall9) 15 maart 2013 om 09:13

    nice infographic

  27. Paul Salmon 18 maart 2013 om 13:29

    I started with Blogger in 2007 but switched to WordPress a year later. Ever since that time I have seen WordPress change from a blogging platform to a full blown CMS, and it hasn’t lost its ease of use

    Any new site I develop is always a WordPress site.

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