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This is my third biannual analysis of the CMS market share numbers provided by W3Techs. In January of 2019 I made my first analysis of the CMS market share numbers provided by W3Techs and I updated them again in November. A lot has changed over the last 6 months, probably large due to the situation… Continue reading CMS market share: June 2020 analysis
I wrote an analysis in the beginning of this year of the CMS market share numbers from W3Techs. Over the year I’ve been analyzing them a bit more and I thought I’d share my insights with all of you. So, read on to see when Shopify is going to replace Joomla as the second biggest… Continue reading CMS market share: November 2019 analysis
I’m going to step away from my role as Marketing Lead. I consider this mostly a personal failure, both in correctly setting and getting expectations and in fitting into another type of organization. Matt and I have talked this through and there are no hard feelings on either side whatsoever. At the same time I’m… Continue reading (Why) I’m stepping down from my WordPress marketing role
I’ve had the question a few times now of what I’ve been up to since I got appointed lead marketing for WordPress. The first few weeks have been busy, but very interesting. The marketing team is doing a lot of things. I won’t go over all of them here, but wanted to show some of… Continue reading Marketing WordPress – first steps
Update: I’ve started doing these analyses bianually. Find the latest one here: CMS market share analyses. As I’m getting into my new role as Marketing Lead for WordPress, I was doing an analysis of the CMS market share numbers. The first thing I noticed was that, according to W3Techs, WordPress’s market share had yet again… Continue reading CMS market share: January 2019 analysis
Last week I was appointed Marketing & Communications Lead of WordPress. I think WordPress is one of the most essential platforms on the web and I’m really proud to be able to do my part for it. I have been in the WordPress community for well over a decade now. In that time I’ve done… Continue reading Leading marketing & communication for WordPress
Matt blogged, in response to a question asked at WordCamp US: what does “democratizing publishing” mean to you? His answer: … the mission of “Democratize Publishing” to me means that people of all backgrounds, interests, and abilities should be able to access Free-as-in-speech software that empowers them to express themselves on the open web and… Continue reading Democratizing publishing
I just came back from WordCamp US in Nashville, which was awesome. In this post I want to address some of the questions I’ve had a couple of times. So here we go: Have more questions for me? Drop them in the comments, I’ll answer them there!
I think WordPress 5.0 should be delayed to January. In this post I explain why.