WordPress is the most widely used blogging platform. One of its major perks is the open source coding and user friendly interface. You don’t necessarily need to have coding skills in order to use wordpress, because the admin area is very easy to work with. Another advantage of WP is its huge and free to use plugin gallery.
You can fulfill any requirement you can think of with a pre-made plugin. WordPress can also turn into a powerful social network simply by adding a few plugins.
WordPress is an open source CMS, often used as a blog publishing application powered by PHP and MySQL. WordPress is the most popular CMS in use today, powering nearly 8.5% of all websites on the net.
A phenomenal infographic from StudioPress:
Late last summer WordPress conducted a survey asking users how they put WordPress to work.
Matt Mullenweg presented some of the findings at his WordCamp San Francisco keynote, with all of the raw data from the survey being made public shortly after.
Some interesting facts appeared in the data about WordPress users that identify themselves as developers. Indirectly, the numbers show how WordPress developers are driving the adoption of WordPress by the business community.
We’ve placed that data in the infographic below for you. Note that a higher resolution image is viewable by clicking the infographic itself …