WordPress is an extremely popular free and open source blogging tool with a content management system. It was released by founders Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little on May 27th, 2003. Ten years later, as of September 2013, there are 69,764,179 wordpress sites around the world.
CodeinWP released a new infographic that shows the popularity of wordpress by crunching some numbers associated with WordPress. For example, over 17% of the websites in the world run on wordpress or at least use a customized wordpress framework.
Of the top million websites, wordpress is currently used by over 19.5% of them, 389 million people view more than 3.6 billion pages each months. Interestingly enough, 31 percent of wordpress visits crom from iOS devices, 30 percent by android devices and only 12 percent by the desktop.
Some of the biggest websites on the web use wordpress, including CNN, The New York Times, Forbes, Techcrunch, Reuters, and even Ebay.
In August of 2013, WordPress released version 3.6, titled “Oscar”, in honor of Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. With a new detailed theme and improved revisions interface, media embedding, autosave streaming and post locking.
With the new update, there are over 26,000 available plugins and almost 2,000 available themes. Roughly 20,000 people around the world make a financial living from wordpress. If you’re interested in what wordpress can do, visit CodeinWP.com.
CodeinWP (http://www.codeinwp.com/) is a team experienced in developing custom WordPress themes for clients in the USA. CodeinWP offers 100% satisfaction guarantee by helping clients with mobile device compatibility, load speed optimization, SEO semantic coding nd HTML/CSS on their wordpress options. Visit the website today to learn more.
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