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WordPress Powers 50 Million Websites

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The official stats over at WordPress.com have been updated to count WordPress installations as well as WordPress.com blogs, and the total number of WordPress-powered sites has just reached a startling 50.1 million!

For comparison, that’s just a little bit less than the populations of California and Florida combined, and about 19% of all known sites on the web.

For those of you who were here when WordPress began in 2003, did you ever imagine that its use would spread so rapidly?

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  1. gestroud says:

    Impressive figures. Just one note: It should read “for comparison,” not “for compassion.”

  2. Eric H (1 comments.) says:

    50.1 million!? Wow! Though that’s a big number, I guess I’m not all that surprised.

    WordPress has the best platform. Every single website I’ve ever hosted has used WordPress.

    Cheers,
    Eric

  3. Jon Clone (3 comments.) says:

    When WordPress first started around 2003 I did not think that it would be so popular. I think it took some time for WordPress to become famous. I think Groupon is in demand and that’s why there are clones.

  4. Tim O (1 comments.) says:

    This is a large number. However, with all the positive free publicity WordPress receives around the net, it doesn’t surprise me to much. When I was doing my research on whether to pick blogger or wordpress, just about every recommended WordPress. I would say it was about 3 to one. There really wasn’t any other contenders out there.



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