A quarter of the world’s web is ruled by WordPress – WordPress, as I have often said on the centerclick blog that you are reading, the facts show that WordPress is the best web platform than the web platform or CMS (Content Management System) other. WordPress is also used by many bloggers, individual websites and even some large companies in building their online sites, more than a quarter of the world’s web is controlled by the WordPress platform.
With the existence of this powerful and free web platform, WordPress has helped millions of people in the world to help build sites easily and generate a lot of income. As I personally use the help of the WordPress platform as a medium to spread knowledge, information and at the same time get income coffers online.
For bloggers, of course you are familiar with the name WordPress, and you need to know that currently WordPress controls a quarter of the web in this world, here are the data and facts that I took from a web survey site W3Techs web technology survey says: “WordPress is used by 58.8% of all websites whose content management system we are aware of. This is 25.4% of all websites. “
The data above actually complies W3Techs does not count subdomains and redirected domains (redirect). So, all subdomains of WordPress.com and redirected domain such as Sun.com redirects to Oracle.com, only counts as one website. Of course, this data is not purely the result of the number of web sites in the world that use WordPress, because we know that many sites that use subdomains and domain redirects also use WordPress, so the conclusion is of course far above 25.4%, it could be half the world’s web this using WordPress. 🙂
The development of WordPress itself also shows fantastic figures, from version 1 when WordPress appeared no more than 0.1%, version 2 increased to 0.6%, version 3 increased to 15% and version 4 has increased to 84.4%. Of course that’s a positive growth rate for WordPress.
And here are some of the well-known sites that use WordPress:
The founder of WordPress himself Matt Mullenweg, founder of Automattic, responded to this by saying, “We should be comfortable passing the 25 percent mark by the end of this year.” The big opportunity is that there are still 57 percent of websites that are not using a CMS that haven’t yet been identified, and that’s where, he says, there is still some chance for WordPress to grow.
We, as WordPress users and for users who want to learn WordPress, should be proud because the web platform we love is the best platform that controls web usage around the world and of course it’s free for us to use, free for us to modify, and as a web platform to gain rupiah. and dollars to help our daily lives. Hopefully useful and excited to always learn and use WordPress. 🙂