WordPress continues to dominate the content management systems (CMS) market and is currently used by 64.2% of websites that have a CMS, according to data from W3Techs.com.
Shopify is a distant second for June 2022 and accounts for 6.3% of the CMS market share.
Wix, Squarespace, and Joomla round out the top five with less than 3.5% market share each.
W3Techs notes that 33.1% of websites do not use any of the content management systems they monitor.
WordPress is therefore used by 43% of all websites, and 64.2% of those with an identifiable CMS.
WordPress Plans To Continue Working On Security, Stability
WordPress shows no signs of slowing down and is currently about five years into a ten-year project that involves rewriting its entire codebase.
In a recent interview, Josepha Haden Chomphosy, Executive Director of WordPress, told SEJ,
“…the next year, as with all of the years in a project like that, is making sure we are still as stable and capable as a CMS as people have come to expect while also still pushing forward with a newer more modern way to manage your content online.”
WordPress rolled out version change Arturo 6.0 this month and within two weeks, 36.2% of WP sites had updated to it.
Roger Montti reported that WordPress shared a proposal for a plugin checker that would improve security and site performance by proactively vetting plugins, as well.
Shopify Enters B2B Marketplace With June Update
Shopify released its Summer ’22 Edition in June, adding more than 100 new features for users.
A new feature simply and aptly called “B2B” will connect Shopify Plus merchants with wholesalers and offer integrations with NetSuite, Brightpearl, Acumatica, and others for a more seamless experience.
See Brian Frederick’s coverage here to learn more.
Wix Publishes Structured Data Guide For SEO Pros
Wix, in third place for CMS market share this month, released “Wix Structured Data Guide: How To Use Standard & Custom Markup” in June.
Contributing author Mordy Oberstein, Head of SEO Branding at Wix, shared his comprehensive guide to implementing structured data on Wix here at Search Engine Journal.
“In fewer than three years, Wix went from supporting little by way of structured data to offering SEO pros and site owners the ability to do nearly whatever they want with relative ease,” Oberstein wrote.
He also noted that due to recent platform updates, any content elsewhere on the internet around this topic is now out of date.
See his guide above to learn more about applying structured data to your Wix site.
Stay tuned for next month’s CMS Market Share Monthly report.
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Data source: W3Techs.com, Usage statistics of content management systems, as of June 27, 2002.