Posts Tagged ‘infographic’

WordPress in Politics

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September 19th, 2012
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For better or worse, the U.S. political season is here, but thanks to WordPress.com VIP, we now know that WordPress is the most commonly used platform for this season’s campaign sites. In a field that was previously dominated by custom-built sites, WordPress is making a strong grab for the mantle of the go-to political web platform, and between WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla, open source software is powering almost all of this season’s campaign sites. For this season alone, WordPress is powering 35% of U.S. Congressional races, 40% of U.S. Senate races, 44% of Gubernatorial races, 41% of state political parties, and both of the 2012 major political party conventions.

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WordPress Infographics

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November 4th, 2011
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Are you a visual learner, especially when it comes to statistics? Infographics have become quite popular amongst the media these days, and WPLift has gone to the trouble of tracking down every WordPress-related one in this awesome collection. The infographics cover just about everything, from the popularity of WordPress to a theme cheat sheet. It’s practically a shmorgishborg of information, all presented visually.

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One Image Shows The Power Of WordPress

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December 6th, 2010
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The fine folks over at Testking.com have created and shared an info-graphic that displays the power of WordPress. The image contains interesting information that can be found within the Codex but has been displayed in a nice, visual form. Notables include: time line of releases and major milestones from 2003 to 2010, web usage of WordPress, percentages of websites using different versions of WordPress, daily user activity and much more. Some of this information seems to be WordPress.com based so keep that in mind. Despite the information at some point being dated, this would still make a great snapshot to use as a poster. The Power of WordPress

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