WordPress in Numbers

WordPress in Numbers Infographic 2013

WordPress in Google Trends

We build all our websites using WordPress – the free open source content management system (CMS) – that is revolutionising the way websites are built all over the world every day. We made the decision to focus exclusively on WordPress powered websites in 2009 and are confidient we’ve made the right choice for both ourselves and our clients.

Web design and development is of course a very rapidly changing field, so we devote a considerable part of our working time each week to keeping up with the latest trends happening and learning these new skills.

One of the tools we often use in selecting which web design and development tools to learn is Google Trends. This, we’ve found, gives a ready guide on how many people are using alternative web technologies and which tools are growing strongly.

In the following Google Trends charts we’ve compared WordPress to other Content Management Systems to show how WordPress is increasingly dominating the building of websites.

WordPress versus other Open Source Content Management Systems

Notes: Joomla after growing very rapidly initially is now increasingly losing support.

WordPress | Joomla | Drupal

WordPress versus Paid Content Management Systems

Notes: It’s hard to see the paid CMS results because they are so small in comparsion to WordPress.

WordPress | ExpressionEngine | LightCMS

WordPress versus any other Content Management System

You can use this Google Trends Report to compare WordPress with any other Content Management System (CMS) that is being suggested to you.

Just click on View full report in Google Trends and add the name of the relevant CMS below WordPress.

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WordPress versus older ways to build websites

Notes: Both Dreamweaver & ColdFusion have shown steady declines as WordPress has grown.

WordPress | Dreamweaver | ColdFusion

WordPress versus Free Website Builders

Notes: All are very small compared to WordPress and showing significantly less growth.

WordPress | Wix | Weebly | Squarespace

WordPress versus other Blogging Platforms

Notes: WordPress overtook Blogger some time ago but is now being dominated by Tumblr. Tumblr’s growth has stalled since it was taken over by Yahoo

WordPress | Blogger | Tumblr

buzzHelp makes it easy

buzzHelp-makes-it-easyWhile WordPress is a really easy to use, we understand that the success of any website depends on the clients ability to improve their website — easily and often.

To make it easy for our clients to get the most out of using their WordPress website, we add buzzHelp – our WordPress Training & Support system – right into the WordPress CMS in every website be build.

buzzHelp includes over 40 training videos and a concise online manual that gives you quick & easy access to the information you need when you are working with WordPress.

The content is carefully targeted to give our clients just the information they need, when and where they need it.

buzzHelp makes it easy for our clients to get the most out of using their WordPress website.

Built using WordPress

WordPress

We build all our websites using WordPress – the free open source content management system (CMS) – that is revolutionising the way websites are built all over the world every day.

Why WordPress?

We specialize in WordPress websites because of the exceptional value it provides our clients. WordPress is a full-scale content management system (CMS) and is rapidly becoming by far the most popular platform for building a website.

WordPress is actively updated and expanded upon by a group of dedicated core developers and huge number of community volunteers. With thousands of themes and plugins available, WordPress offers the ability to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine.

Content Management System (CMS)

A content management system is a platform for managing all of the content you want to include in your website – images, blog posts, text, video, links, social media, etc.

Using a CMS means you can change, update and maintain website yourself … so you don’t have to keep going back to your website designer to get anything changed.

There are a lot of content management systems you can use to build a full-scale website, but we’ve found that WordPress is the best and most user-intuitive.

Lots of people around the world agree with us. Over 60 million people have chosen WordPress to power their websites – see WordPress in Google Trends.

WordPress

Simple, low cost & effective

Here at buzztone we specialise in creating websites for small business, performers, and non-profit organisations.

simple-lowcost-effective We build simple, low cost WordPress websites that you can change, update and maintain yourself … so you don’t have to keep going back to your website designer to get anything changed.

At buzztone we strongly believe that websites should be dynamic in nature: easily edited and often updated.