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Think again, because these 14 Word Press usage statistics may well give you pause for thought. But — this just in — not all interesting communication is valuable information.I’ve been thinking about this question as I have gotten increasingly involved with Twitter (and its various plug-ins, cousins and competitors).If the pigeons had simply been carrying word that ‘Wellington arrived Waterloo’ there would have been less value. Only a few years ago, there was some enthusiasm that blogsearch (Technorati.Sphere) would help with monitoring the real-time web.If you show up on someone's Technorati link list (often called an "egorati search") they're likely to visit your site to see what you said, increasing your exposure. Word Press makes this easy for you by listing Ping-O-Matic's server (rpc.pingomatic.com) by default.
All you need to do is sit back and let it work for you!
There’s no disputing the fact that Word Press is by far the most prominent CMS out there.
The brainchild of Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, Word Press has risen to superstardom in the blogosphere in the 11 short years since it was released.
So, who is currently the most authoritative blogger in the Oracle blogosphere?
To answer this question, which somehow I had a feeling to who that would be, I have compiled a list of blogs that are aggregated by Ora and that have a Technorati Authority of 2 or more.
The New York Times, CNN, Mashable, and e Bay all run their blogs on the most popular CMS in the world – Word Press. 74,652,825 sites out there are depending on good ol’ Word Press. Around 50% of this figure (close to 37 million) is hosted on the free Word