WordPress is the Emerging Monopoly in CMS #infographic

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WordPress is the Emerging Monopoly in CMS #infographic

WordPress is the Emerging Monopoly in CMS #infographic

WordPress is web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time.

The core software is built by hundreds of community volunteers, and when you’re ready for more there are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine.

Over 60 million people have chosen WordPress to power the place on the web they call “home” — we’d love you to join the family.

By March 2012, with about 72.4 million users for the content management system, the WordPress (WP) grew as the largest of its type on the planet.It provided hosting to more than 50% of the CMS users and more than 45% of the top 100 sites as rated by Technorati use WP services.

The CMS grew by a great rate after the release of the version 3.3 and people seem reluctant to switch to 3.4. On average, the WP receives around 500,000 posts. Out of every 100 new domains created, 22 in the US belong to WordPress. WP boasts of 3 million searches worldwide per month and Indonesians are the best promoters and users of the WP services and it ranks 8th in that country.

In a month, on average, around 352 m people view more than 2.5 m pages in an average month. A survey of 18,000 users by Word press foundation found that the median rate of a Word press project to be $50 p/h. Of the 19,000+ plug-ins, SEO tops the list of downloaded with 20% followed by stats and images which account for 11 and 9 percent respectively.

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18 Reacties

  1. Billy Stewart 4 december 2012 om 13:50

    Thanks Berrie shared across all my networks! http://xeeme.com/WilliamStewart

  2. Billy Stewart 4 december 2012 om 13:50

    Thanks Berrie shared across all my networks! http://xeeme.com/WilliamStewart

  3. Fabrice Bertelli 4 december 2012 om 13:50

    WordPress's world

  4. Fabrice Bertelli 4 december 2012 om 13:50

    WordPress's world

  5. Pamela Lee 4 december 2012 om 14:51

    Very interesting statistics.

  6. Les McHugh 4 december 2012 om 13:52

    Shared across all networks!

  7. Paul Salmon 4 december 2012 om 14:54

    That is an interesting infographic. The most interesting part is the most popular plugins. I am amazed that the caching plugins comprise of only 3% of the downloaded plugins while the stats is 11%.

  8. Goldschmiede Plaar 4 december 2012 om 13:57

    Jand another good Information Graphic

  9. Ernie 4 december 2012 om 15:01

    This is very well layed out. I use WP and understand its powrs but I personally use a small fraction of what is available. on 12/4/12, I am rebuilding my personal site and it is fun and easy to do.

  10. Brian Anderson 4 december 2012 om 14:22

    "We like to say that WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time." That about sums it up! I love WordPress, great post.

  11. Bill Lazdowski 4 december 2012 om 14:29

    TY for the post. Impressive growth.

  12. Harold Gardner 4 december 2012 om 14:34

    Well I had thought that Blogger had a shot to displace WP, but I am not sure that even the might of Goggle can change it.

  13. Claudiu Clau 4 december 2012 om 16:39

    WP became more popular day by day and easy to use, helping individuals/brands to create beautiful websites and increasing their exposure. Trully priceless!

  14. Michael Junghans 4 december 2012 om 16:46

    Thank you very much Berrie. A pleasure to share!

  15. Florinel Nicolai Deciu 4 december 2012 om 18:01

    WordPress is a treasure 🙂

  16. Helmuts 4 december 2012 om 19:36

    excellent and interesting infographic!

    thank you,
    Helmuts

  17. Don Frederiksen 5 december 2012 om 01:37

    Great post as always!

  18. David 5 december 2012 om 04:16

    Wow! I did not realize WP has such market share.

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