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Use WordPress? You’re not alone!
According to a January 5, 2017 post on CodeInWP.com:
Over 15,886,000 websites run on WordPress.
WordPress is the most popular content management system on the planet, with 50-60% of the global CMS market share.
Some of the biggest websites in the world run on WordPress, including: New York Observer, New York Post, TED, Thought Catalog, Williams, USA Today, CNN, Fortune.com, TIME.com, National Post, Spotify, TechCrunch, CBS Local, NBC
WP plugins have received over 1 billion downloads
WordPress themes have been downloaded 123,498,018 times
While these WP statistics are impressive, they mean a lot more to you than you might think right now.
I’ve been using WordPress to develop niche sites for both clients and my own businesses for over 12 years. It’s an amazing platform.
Most WP users have searched the WordPress Repository to find themes and plugins for their websites. It seems like a great idea – because nearly all themes and plugins in the Repository are free of charge.
However, there is a BIG pitfall to consider when you use free WP themes and plugins.
Developers donate themes and plugins free-of-charge to the Repository.
Unfortunately, some items don’t deliver on what they promise, which is bad enough.
Here’s what’s worse.
Since there’s nothing in it for the developers, themes and plugins in the WP Repository get abandoned without any updates or support. And this leaves their users wide open for hacker attacks.