CMS Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using CMS technologies

WordPress
WebEx Panel
Drupal
Workplace by Facebook
Joomla!
Google Search Appliance
vBulletin
Adobe CQ
Blogger
Siteimprove

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
WordPress 2,574 22,202 239,153 18,308,117
WebEx Panel 1,000 5,456 19,587 2,078,790
Workplace by Facebook 707 2,986 12,049 1,278,773
Drupal 565 4,308 26,283 701,774
Google Search Appliance 210 1,048 4,016 184,330
Adobe CQ 207 709 2,721 20,045
Adobe Experience Manager 120 457 1,406 6,314
WordPress VIP 108 254 383 1,370
vBulletin 97 962 4,143 24,533
Liferay 90 272 1,261 13,580
Sitecore CMS 78 619 1,861 11,158
Adobe Scene7 77 287 491 3,433
Blogger 67 695 16,783 787,675
HubSpot COS 60 518 2,271 241,023
Salesforce Desk 59 192 452 935
HP TeamSite 58 129 238 1,580
Thomson Reuters Corporate Solutions 56 173 427 1,461
Joomla! 53 1,057 14,601 2,166,689
Vox Media 53 218 270 121
WP Engine 52 477 2,323 4,863

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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.