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Team Blog Which Joomla! Version Do The Most Popular Sites Use?

Categories: Joomla! Statistics , Services

We continue series of analytical articles about amazing world of Joomla! This article is devoted to Joomla! versions used by the most popular sites. How many sites use the latest Joomla! version? Are there many sites still using the oldest one? Which Joomla! version is the most popular? Do top site administrators pay enough attention to their site security? Find the answers below.

 

Team Blog Every 3rd MOST Popular Open Source CMS Website is Built on Joomla!

Category: Joomla! Statistics

Recently we researched over 1,800,000 websites in Alexa Top Sites by Category and learned which of the 9 leading Open Source CMSs are most commonly used in every of the 17 categories of the TOP web sites over the Internet. Our report reveals that Joomla! is the most commonly used CMS in the “World” category in Alexa catalogue and has the HIGH average rate in the rest of the basic categories. Well done, Joomla!

In January 2013 we carried out one more extensive research of 1,800,000 websites in Alexa Top Sites by Category but for 20 TOP open source CMSs on January 2013 (we took the CMS list from OpenSourceCMS.com which is slightly changing every month):

WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, TYPO3, DotNetNuke, WebPublisher, SPIP, MODx, Movable Type, Contao, Pligg, Concrete5, Plone, eZ Publish, Liferay, XOOPS, CMS Made Simple, SilverSpripe, Umbraco, Mambo.

 

Team Blog Joomla! CMS Leads World Category in Alexa

Category: Joomla! Statistics

It is known that Joomla! is one of the most popular open source CMSs in the world. According to the numerous Open Source CMS Market Share Researches Joomla! firmly holds the second position in the market after WordPress. Meanwhile few researched the position of Joomla! in the certain markets or categories of sites.

We were curious to know which specific markets or business fields Joomla! holds being widely used and having a huge slice of pie in the market. In order to clear up this interesting information we researched Alexa Top Sites By Category and found out which open source Content Management Systems are most commonly used by the top web sites in every category of the list at the end of 2012. Today we are thrilled to share our discoveries with you and tell you where Joomla! did best and worst.

The statistics inspires to claim that Joomla! is a balanced CMS providing sites owners with all set of essential features to reach success on the web whichever market you choose.

 

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