Despite WordPress being the most popular Content Management System (CMS) in the world, there are a lot of misinformation about WordPress on the internet. Some of these common WordPress myths and misconceptions end up confusing users and leading them to choose the wrong platform.
According to various estimates, surveys, and experiments, it’s believed that there are nearly two billion websites online today. The number, by any measures, is beyond huge. This creates a lot of space for the web’s top website platforms to shine. That is why various popular CMS tools now dominate all lists of top website platforms! It’s estimated that around half of all websites run on some form of a CMS.
WordPress is the CMS to rule them all! There’s just no other way to say this. According to the latest data, WordPress controls nearly 60% of the CMS market! What’s even more impressive, is that nearly 30% of all websites run on WordPress. That’s among all websites! Knowing these numbers, it should come as no surprise that this very website runs on WordPress as well.
The number of active sites running on WordPress that has been tracked so far is 26,701,222. From among those, the number of sites among the top one million websites in the world is 239,139.
- WordPress is Just a Blogging Tool
- WordPress is Not Secure
- There is Very Limited Support Available for WordPress
- WordPress is Easy so It Must be Low Quality
- WordPress is for Beginners
- WordPress is Not Well Suited For Large Sites