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WordPress Powers 39.5% of All Websites




Recent data reveals that the WordPress content management system is used by as many as 39.5 percent of websites. It has gone up from 35 percent which was the official number in 2020, which shows WordPress is not just only defying the competition but also creating a gap. WordPress has a commanding lead as the most well known CMS, with Shopify coming in at an inaccessible second with a 3.2% piece of the pie.

In spite of the fact that Shopify is intended for online business, it’s not the most well-known web-based business CMS available. That title without any doubt goes to WordPress.

Checking just websites that utilize this substance called CMS, WordPress has a big piece of the overall industry by covering 64.1%. A critical number of sites (38.3%) utilize no CMS for any purpose on their website.

This information is given by W3Techs which tracks utilization measurements of web advancements, including content administration frameworks (CMS), working frameworks, web facilitating suppliers, high-level spaces, and that’s just the beginning.

WordPress is preferred by most of the plugin developers, for example, Woocommerce used by 4.9 percent of websites, is an exclusive WordPress plugin. This stance of plugin developers to prefer WordPress over others gives WordPress a huge advantage.


Top 10 CMS in 2020

Let us have a look at the usage of statistics of top 10 CMS platform, here in this part:

  1. WordPress – 39.6%
  2. Shopify – 3.2%
  3. Joomla – 2.2%
  4. Drupal – 1.5%
  5. Wix – 1.5%
  6. Squarespace – 1.5%
  7. Bitrix – 1.0%
  8. Blogger – 1.0%
  9. Magento – 0.7%
  10. OpenCart – 0.6%


We can easily conclude that without any miracle, WordPress will continue to dominate the world of CMS without any hint of doubt. If you have not tried WordPress, this statistical news might just tempt you to try using WordPress.


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