If you’re following the latest WordPress news then you’ve probably read or come across recent posts on different WordPress stats by PingdomWordPress Dominates the Top 100 Blogs and Lorelle VanFossenWordPress Stats and Numbers: Breaking Their Own Records. Add up all those numbers/stats, add some more stats from WordPress.org, oDesk.com, Freelancer.com and other miscellaneous stats, put them all together and what do you have? An impressive WordPress stats infographic.

That’s exactly what Joost de Valk aka Yoast, a WordPress/web developer and one of the well-known figures in the WordPress community did. With the help of Experian Hitwise and Design by Soap, Joost has created and released this detailed and very informative infographic on WordPress stats.

WordPress Stats Infographic
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As a WordPress user and advocate, it’s wonderful to see how far WordPress has come, to see its rapid growth the past few years and how more people are benefitting from using the software not only as regular users but also as web developers or theme/plugin developers. Thanks to Joost for creating and sharing this awesome infographic.

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2 Comments

  • Gem, April 19, 2012 @ 10:51 PM Reply

    Great! WordPress had gotten soooo big!!!

    Maybe that's the reason why I haven't explored outside of the platform yet. There's just so much to do with WordPress.

    I pretty much remember the time when I first started out on self-hosted WordPress platform. ;-) Now I'm earning from doing themes, setting them up, removing malware, troubleshooting 'em, and all.

    Thank you!

    • JP Habaradas, April 24, 2012 @ 2:24 PM Reply

      @Gem – That’s true. There’s so many things you can do with WordPress and I’m sure there’s still a lot more possibilities that haven’t been explored yet. Good to know that WordPress has helped you not only with your own blog but also as a source of income.

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