CMS Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using CMS technologies

WordPress
Drupal
Google Search Appliance
CPanel
Siteimprove
Joomla!
vBulletin
Adobe CQ
WP Engine
Sitecore CMS

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
WordPress 2,562 22,749 258,461 26,938,805
Drupal 597 4,502 23,977 1,042,335
Google Search Appliance 304 1,816 13,045 541,777
Adobe CQ 230 861 2,619 110,169
Adobe Experience Manager 145 583 1,526 48,264
Sitecore CMS 110 744 2,193 93,598
WP Engine 105 853 4,081 5,868
WordPress VIP 98 246 381 49,526
Siteimprove 92 1,162 2,686 39,392
vBulletin 86 867 3,291 40,904
HubSpot COS 77 596 2,731 51,522
Liferay 76 282 958 29,807
Adobe Scene7 74 291 575 11,131
Squarespace 72 609 9,634 2,040,563
CPanel 64 1,216 8,968 520,680
HP TeamSite 62 141 298 8,826
Pagely 57 198 548 10,305
Blogger 54 564 11,509 847,187
Joomla! 50 874 15,072 2,132,936
Salesforce Communites 47 161 334 3,481

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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.