A recent study by Automattic Networks (which is now owned by Google) found that the number of companies that have used WordPress as their main content management platform has increased dramatically since the start of the year.
The study’s data, which were shared with The Washington Post, showed that the percentage of companies using WordPress has risen from 5.1 percent to 8.7 percent since April.
While that’s a pretty impressive growth rate for a platform that had only been around for a couple of months, the study also found that most of the companies using the WordPress platform were still using WordPress.
While WordPress is still a relatively new, and relatively new platform, it does have a long and successful history.
WordPress first came to the public in 2007, when it was announced by Mark Shuttleworth as the next generation of a WordPress-based CMS.
WordPress was initially a commercial platform and the initial version of the platform was released under the name WordPress, a portmanteau of “WordPress” and “WordPress.org.”
WordPress eventually gained enough popularity that it was renamed WordPress.com in 2012.
But that name stuck, and Wordfence, the WordPress.org platform, took its place.
Wordfences WordPress.net and WordPress.io, which launched in late 2012, have also been a success, with Wordfencing Wordfenced and WordFence.net both having over one million registered users and having been downloaded more than 200 million times since they launched in early 2012.
While the growth of WordPress has been tremendous, there’s a lot more to the platform than just its popularity and ease of use.
For example, WordPress.me, the third-largest WordPress.tv website, has over 500 million unique visitors each month, and it also has a large presence on Twitter and Facebook.
The platform is also one of the first to have the ability to create custom themes, which allow users to custom tailor WordPress to their needs and needs, like color, fonts, themes, and more.
But, unlike WordPress.co.uk and WordPress themes, WordPress themes are free and can be used for free.
For free WordPress.wordpress.org themes are available for free, and WordPress plugins are also available for WordPress.blogspot.com.
WordPress.wix.com, which offers a free WordPress theme called WPX, has around 60,000 WordPress.theme.com members and a huge online community.
For those looking to customize WordPress for their own needs, WordPress is not the only way to do it.
There are a variety of other tools out there that offer the same functionality and ease-of-use as WordPress.
WordPress is also supported on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and even Android.
But for those looking for a cheaper alternative, WordPress is still king.
The free WordPress themes offer a great starting point, but you can customize your own themes and use them for free too.
What are the pros and cons of using WordPress as your primary content management system?
Pros: WordPress allows you to use your own domain name and customize it to your needs.
This makes it easier to customize your site for different purposes and provides a secure way to share your site with others.
This is especially helpful when you have multiple domains, which can make it difficult for others to know what you have.