Posts Tagged ‘stats’

WordPress Stats Overload Now in Graphic Form

2
responses
by
on
April 18th, 2012
in
WordPress, WordPress News

We already know that WordPress powers about 19% of the web and 48 of the top 100 blogs, and now Joost de Valk has taken that a step further with this amazing infographic. Some cool stats worth mentioning: WordPress powers 72.4 million websites as of March 2012 with half of those being on WordPress.com, an estimated 20 – 25% of new websites published in 2011 were built using WordPress, WordPress powers 22 of every 100 new domains created in the US, and WordPress corners 53.8% of the market when compared to other content management systems. The infographic is definitely worth a quick look through, and perhaps even framing and hanging on a prominent wall in your main room.

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress Powers 48 of the top 100 Blogs

9
responses
by
on
April 14th, 2012
in
WordPress, WordPress News

According to a study by Pingdom, WordPress is now responsible for powering 48 of the top 100 blogs! We already know that WordPress powers about 19% of the web, but now we know just how well it fares as a blogging platform in general. Pretty well, that is! Out of the top 100 blogs surveyed, WordPress is just 1 of 12 platforms used, and it’s powering 48 of the them! As a comparison, the next highest result were the 12 blogs running on a custom platform, followed by 8 who declined to comment, and finally 7 running Movable Type. Yes, you read that right. Of the mainstream blogging platforms used by the top 100, WordPress comes in first with 48, followed by Movable Type with 7. That’s quite a substantial lead! Matt Mullenweg expects an even higher adoption rate for WordPress next year, and with these numbers, it’s hard to […]

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress by the Numbers

6
responses
by
on
April 4th, 2012
in
WordPress

WordPress has been around for quite a while now and sure has grown from the small following that it had in the early days. To that end, WordPress educator Lorelle VanFossen has collected an impressive amount of stats and data regarding the usage of WordPress today. Some highlights from the article include 98 version releases of WordPress to date, more than 100 books published on WordPress since 2006, 65 million WordPress downloads since version 3 was released in June of 2010, 14.7% of the top million websites are powered by WordPress, an average of 2.5 million pages served to 352 million people per month on WordPress.com, and (out of 2 job sites) an average of 8,615 WordPress-related are jobs posted each month. That’s just a small sampling of what Lorelle has to offer. Head on over to her article for an incredibly informative read.

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress Powers 50 Million Websites

5
responses
by
on
July 11th, 2011
in
WordPress, WordPress News

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?

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress.com Stats Updated

10
responses
by
on
September 30th, 2010
in
WordPress, WordPress News, WordPress Tools

If you’re a WordPress.com user, you may have noticed that your stats received a significant facelift today. The Flash-powered line chart has been replaced by an interactive Javascript-powered bar chart and the module layout is now fully customizable. The new design was a team effort, though some credit should definitely go to Nick Momrik for handling the new chart and a good majority of the extra work, Joen Asmussen for the overall design, and Matt Thomas for keeping everyone on track. Currently, the new stats interface is only for WordPress.com users, but the WordPress.com Stats Plugin for self-installed WordPress blogs will be updated once they have all the kinks worked out. Unfortunately, my WordPress.com blog is private, so I really don’t have enough stats to truly test the new interface. What do you think of the new WordPress.com Stats interface?

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress Stats Plug-in Review

37
responses
by
on
August 30th, 2009
in
WordPress, WordPress Plugins

Stats – Stats – Stats.  They can drive everything for your WordPress site.  They can help you understand how visitors move around your site; how they got there in the first place; what are the most popular posts they are visiting; what browser and OS they are using. The list can go on and on. I have spent a lot of time over the last few months looking for just the right plug-in to track stats on my WindowsObserver.com website and I think I may have hit the mother lode with my most recent discovery. CyStats is written by Michael Weingaertner and has been downloaded from the WordPress.org Extend directory 32,435 times over the 23 months it has been available there. The last update was last October so it would be nice to see an update however, it works just fine with the current release of WordPress (2.8.4). According to […]

[Continue Reading...]

WordPress.com Still Growing

10
responses
by
on
January 20th, 2008
in
WordPress

Compete has released a list of the fastest growing and declining sites of 2007. These stats are made up of the top 1,000 domains in between December of 2006 and December of 2007. Among those domains that grew the most (and that are safe for work) include, iamfreetonight.com, podshow.com and techcrunch.com. The domains that saw a negative change of at least 90% include bolt.com (due to bankruptcy) broadcaster.com and octanetv.com. However, WordPress.com appears to have grown by 523% with 24,393,457 visits. WordPress doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon and thats some positive news.

[Continue Reading...]

WP Plugin: Bad Behavior Stats v2.0

4
responses
by
on
July 21st, 2006
in
WordPress, WordPress Plugins

I have just released the Bad Behavior Stats plugin v2.0 Updates since the last release. Plugin now works with Bad Behavior 1.x and 2.x Only counts the number of blocked attempts. Number of blocked attempts can now be viewed under Options >> BB Stats as well. Few miscellaneous fixes Read more and download the plugin>>

[Continue Reading...]



Obviously Powered by WordPress. © 2003-2013

page counter
css.php