Websites are powered by wordpress

Charles Barkley (& Many Other) Websites Are Powered By WordPress [Infographic]

After only 10 years 15% of all websites are powered by WordPress Websites.  The NBA, Ford, Pepsi, Ebay, CNN, VW, UPS, Adidas, and many more major corporations are using WordPress.  

I remember when I started building WordPress Websites about 7 years ago, and had to convince people it was a stable environment.

There are a few limitations to using WordPress over hand coding a site from scratch, but for the majority the Benefits far outweigh the deficits. 

Websites are Powered By WordPress Infographic

66% of all CMS based websites are powered by WordPress.

CMS:  Content Management System (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Blogger, Typepad, Etc.)

What that means is that along with all the big corporations that are using WordPress, most bloggers, and small businesses are using WordPress.

  • Matt Mullenweg is credited with Creating WordPress.
  • WordPress is Open Source, Free, Widely Developed, and Regularly Updated.
  • WordPress Developers have created over 25k WordPress Plugins.
  • WordPress Developers have created over 1.7k Free WordPress Themes.
  • Jason Fox DIY Internet Marketing is Powered By WordPress.
  • The Content that is Stored on the Websites that are Powered by WordPress account for 37 Million Search Engine Searches Per Month.


I hope you enjoy the WordPress 10th Anniversary Infographic:

Websites Are Powered By WordPress

By Sreejith K (Flickr: The crowd) [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

By |2014-05-19T12:27:31+00:00May 29th, 2013|

About the Author:

Jason Fox - Real Estate MarketingBusiness: We build WordPress Real Estate Websites with IDXMe: #GoHawks, #BringBackTheSonics, #MaybeNextYearMariners, #ILoveMyKids #SeattleSunLover #SeattleWaterLover #BFFBlog: Focuses on Wordpress Websites, Content Management, SEO Services, SEM Campaigns, Social Media Marketing, Email Marketing, Beautiful Design, IDX, and more.


  1. M.J. June 4, 2013 at 12:20 pm - Reply

    I hear these claims about large corporate websites using WordPress all the time and I have yet to see any evidence to support them.

    Ford’s website is built on, not PHP and there is no indication that any of the sites you have listed are reliant upon the WordPress codex. There are no references to WordPress in the source code, there are no wp-admin folders associated with these sites and when run through, none show any indication of CMS dependencies.

    Maybe you know something I don’t, but I’d lie to see some evidence to support these claims.

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  6. Picreel December 28, 2014 at 7:55 pm - Reply

    WordPress has really come a long way and they are number one for a reason. It is user-friendly and flexible, which is how webmasters like it. There’s no reason to believe it will relinquish its standing soon.

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