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 2,755 22,694 300,412 12,233,915
Drupal 604 4,543 32,109 576,399
Google Search Appliance 244 1,150 4,609 135,108
Adobe CQ 197 685 2,876 15,165
vBulletin 116 1,093 11,495 21,804
WordPress VIP 111 259 450 1,168
Adobe Experience Manager 108 420 990 7,129
Adobe Scene7 100 339 1,097 2,673
Liferay 92 282 2,086 10,335
Oracle RightNow 85 216 348 501
Sitecore CMS 82 575 2,104 8,020
Blogger 75 3,159 21,040 532,694
Thomson Reuters Corporate Solutions 74 230 1,869 714
Salesforce Desk 72 238 2,097 912
ExpressionEngine 66 627 4,593 41,904
Joomla! 64 1,375 25,661 2,018,386
Endeca 63 153 386 656
dotCMS 61 225 953 2,980
Taleo 58 243 700 1,714
HP TeamSite 57 137 412 1,358

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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.