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Survey: WordPress Continue to Dominate Open Source CMS Market

According to water&stone, WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla continue to dominate open source market in 2011 with WordPress clearly leading.

Survey looked at downloads, installations and third-party support.

Downloads a week

  1. WordPress: 640,000
  2. Joomla: 86,000
  3. Drupal: 23,000

Download numbers are really not that accurate, because there are checkouts from repositories and web hosts' one click installs.

Alexa One Million

  1. WordPress: 53.6%
  2. Joomla: 9.6%
  3. Drupal: 6.4%

BuiltWith Installs

  1. WordPress: 4.2 million
  2. Joomla: 1.7 million
  3. Drupal: 308,000

Books in Print

  1. WordPress: 83 books, 23 released in 2011
  2. Drupal: 64 books, 22 released in 2011
  3. Joomla: 65 books, 13 released in 2011

It's interesting that Drupal books new releases are so close to WordPress. Maybe that tells about active developer community?

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76 WordPress Tricks

Jeff Starr has an extensive list of WordPress code snippets:

  1. WordPress Shortcodes
  2. WordPress Permalinks Outside of the Loop
  3. Custom Message to Returning Visitors
  4. Recently Updated Posts and Pages
  5. Custom Content to Search Engine Visitors
  6. Last Modified Time and Date for Posts
  7. Display Total Number of Trackbacks and Pingbacks
  8. Display Recently Registered Users
  9. List all of Your Site’s Posts
  10. List WordPress User Information
  11. Display List of Scheduled Posts
  12. Display Private Posts to Logged-in Users
  13. Display Posts from Exactly One Year Ago
  14. Custom CSS Styles for Recent Posts
  15. New WordPress-2.7 Comments Loop
  16. Backwards-Compatible Comment Templates
  17. Disable WordPress Post Revisions
  18. Limit WordPress Post Revisions
  19. Remove WordPress Post Revisions from the Database
  20. Reduce Comment Spam by Blocking No-Referrer Requests
  21. Prevent Google Analytics from Tracking Admin Pages
  22. Meta Descriptions without a Plugin
  23. Differentiate Between Posts Depending on Presence of Excerpt
  24. Modify the wp_options Table via the WordPress Admin
  25. Alternate Comment Styles
  26. Automatically Remove Code Mistakes in Posts
  27. Automatically Disable Comments and Trackbacks in Old Posts
  28. Access Post Data Outside the Loop
  29. Display Posts for a Specified Time Period
  30. Unique Single Post Templates for Different Categories
  31. Display Performance Statistics for WordPress Pages
  32. Custom Post Thumbnails in Two Steps
  33. Highlight Author Comments
  34. Easy Random Posts
  35. Display Dates for Groups of Posts
  36. Display a Sticky Post in the Sidebar
  37. Display Latest Comments without a Plugin
  38. Display Most Commented Posts without a Plugin
  39. Change Permalinks from Date-Based to Post-Date Only
  40. Test for Sub-Pages
  41. Multiple Widgetizable Sidebars
  42. Remove Fancy Quotes from Comments
  43. Display a List of All Untagged Posts
  44. Easy Display of Custom Headers, Footers, and Sidebars
  45. A Better Way for Users to Logout
  46. Display a Custom Message on a Specific Date
  47. Display Three Columns of Posts
  48. Disable WordPress Search Functionality
  49. Display Posts with Specific Custom Fields
  50. How to Number Your Comments, Pingbacks, & Trackbacks in 2.7+
  51. How to Number Your Comments Using the Classic Loop
  52. Invite Readers to Comment via Feed
  53. Display the Total Number of Users for Your Blog
  54. Automatically Insert Content into Your WordPress Post Editor
  55. How to Prevent Duplicate Content
  56. Conditionally Display Full Posts or Excerpts
  57. Display Related Posts without a Plugin
  58. Drop-Dead Easy Styles for Author Comments
  59. Display Posts Upcoming Scheduled Posts
  60. Display Automatic TinyURLs for Your Posts
  61. Implement a Site-Maintenance Page for Your Blog
  62. Display the First Image from Each of Your Posts
  63. Display Most Popular Posts without a Plugin
  64. Automatically Highlight Search Terms
  65. Automatically Disable Widgets
  66. Display All Images from Your Post Content
  67. Display Category List in Two Columns
  68. Show Ads or Other Content Only in the First Three Posts
  69. A Better Way to Display Recent Comments without a Plugin
  70. Selectively Disable Automatic Post Formatting
  71. Browser Detection via WordPress’ body_class Function
  72. Get Post or Page Contents as a PHP Variable
  73. Simple Example of How to Use WordPress Cron
  74. Add More Default Avatar Choices to the WordPress Admin
  75. Add a Private Page to Your Navigation Menu
  76. How to Add Additional Links to wp_list_pages
[Perishable Press: Stupid WordPress Tricks]

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Break Down the Content on Your Website by Using Tags

There are several ways to arrange WordPress website content. By categories, by dates and by tags. Even tagging is one of the most powerful one, it's not always easy or straightforward.

By using tags you have a powerful way to break down the content on your website. This break down can provide different paths to your content for both humans and search engines. This break down becomes more useful to humans if you link words or tags within the main content.

All categorizing methods bring duplicate content problem. You can use Robots Meta plugin for date archives to use “noindex/follow” robots tag. For category pages you can use Thesis theme's functionality, teaser plugin or “more” tag to show only teaser content.

This break down of content is extremely effective for targeted advertising or affiliate links.

[Source Graywolf's SEO Blog – How to Use Tags on Your Blog or Website]

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