WordPress 4.1 Gets Roughly 1 Million Downloads Every Two Days

An infographic summarizing what’s been going on with WordPress in the last 12 months. In it, you’ll find: How much of the web as a whole is run by WordPress. How many new posts get published on WordPress.com every day. What the most popular version of WordPress is right now. What the top 10 most popular plugins are. What the top 10 most popular themes are. What the size of the WordPress community is. Read more »

InfoGraphic - WordPress Stats 2015 preview
Thnaks to Karol Krol for the contribution.

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