Blog Usage

Statistics for websites using Blog technologies

WordPress
Blogger
MovableType
Ghost
Tumblr
Blog Engine
Medium
Pagekit
Posthaven
Svbtle

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
MaxMind 3 94 7,295 2,144,819
OpenStreetMap 27 327 3,587 153,283
Google Ditu 0 0 0 0
Leaflet 0 2 12 92
Google Maps API 0 2 53 464
Map Point 0 2 6 171
Maptimize 2 5 7 18
deCarta 0 0 0 2
CloudMade 1,001 5,403 26,613 415,894
MapQuest 41 216 377 893
Tripline 0 0 4 170
OpenLayers 12 44 74 112
Yahoo Maps 151 445 912 2,501
Google Maps 0 1 29 1,248
CartoDB 1,308 6,575 29,246 3,395,156
Bing Maps 0 1 2 42
Google Latitude 6,522 64,137 630,885 27,096,462
Baidu Maps 121 392 653 547
Yandex Maps 0 0 1 6
MapBox 0 0 0 0

The blog or weblog was invented in 1995 to provide a date ordered calendar style method of recording events. Typically web pages were static, with the advent of the blog more dynamic web sites started to exist. Early pioneers created platforms that allowed users to create “blogs” and share them with the community and their friends. Blogging became extremely popular at the start of the 21st century and has been one of the foundations of the social web. Owners of popular blogs are now invited to product launches and are provided much acclaim as their readership starts to outnumber regular newspaper companies.

WordPress is the most popular blog platform on the internet, with both an online hosted version and a downloadable self installation version available. WordPress offers many features including RSS syndication and easy to use administration features.