CMS Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using CMS technologies

WordPress
Drupal
Blogger
Joomla!
Google Search Appliance
vBulletin
CPanel
Adobe CQ
DNN Software
ExpressionEngine

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
WordPress 2,712 22,254 300,850 12,233,915
Drupal 596 4,490 32,161 576,399
Google Search Appliance 238 1,134 4,438 135,108
Adobe CQ 192 669 2,780 15,165
vBulletin 113 1,085 11,534 21,804
WordPress VIP 108 241 425 1,168
Adobe Experience Manager 105 408 960 7,129
Adobe Scene7 94 322 1,059 2,673
Liferay 90 276 2,071 10,335
Sitecore CMS 76 555 2,020 8,020
Oracle RightNow 76 190 313 501
Blogger 74 3,111 21,009 532,694
Salesforce Desk 72 235 2,090 912
Thomson Reuters Corporate Solutions 71 225 1,859 714
ExpressionEngine 66 623 4,563 41,904
Joomla! 64 1,404 25,919 2,018,386
Endeca 62 149 377 656
HP TeamSite 57 136 409 1,358
MoovWeb 57 130 286 115
Microsoft Word 52 360 6,008 150,849

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A content management system provides structured content management features such as the ability to store news documents, images, video and any other online content type imaginable. They are used for websites that normally have multiple editors and sections and are used as the foundation on many large websites which include newspapers and governments.