The Top CMS Platforms by Usage in 2016 [Data Visualization]

We’ve teamed up with HostingFacts, Trellis and BuiltWith to create this data visualization of the top content management systems based on usage statistics this year.

Note: The data we’ve compiled were only for non-ecommerce CMS.

The Top 10 CMS Platforms based on usage:

CMS PlatformTotal Sites
WordPress17,680,264
Joomla!2,524,029
Wix1,689,134
SquareSpace985,478
Telerik SiteFinity946,072
Weebly880,158
Drupal774,398
Typo3425,884
1and1 Website Builder325,728
Jimdo249,559

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4 replies
  1. Zia
    Zia says:

    Thanks for the information. No wonder why beginner bloggers used WordPress as their cms instead of others. Simply because WordPress is easy to operate as well as affordable for upgradations. Other CMS are good too but I find WordPress very comfortable.

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