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2014 Predictions for WordPress
what will become of WordPress in 2014?

 2:54 am on Dec 19, 2013 (gmt 0)

My top 3 predictions for WordPress for 2014:

  • WordPress will power over 25% of all websites by Dec 2014
  • WordPress as an application development platform will rise from 7% to 12%
  • 80% of application development with WordPress will be native mobile applications

    That's my hat in the ring. Yours?



     8:42 am on Jan 14, 2014 (gmt 0)

    Actually, I have no idea as my experience with Wordpress is new.

    One thing ( and I know nothing about CMS's ), how do newcomers like Concrete 5 etc look in terms of competition. It's easy for developers to migrate from one to the other I guess, and there are likely others.

    An agency I spoke to today told me they and a few others in the area are happy with Concrete 5 , when I asked why they preferred it to Wordpress. The answer was not specifically one versus the other, just that they used another.


     1:25 pm on Jan 14, 2014 (gmt 0)

    There is no easy answer to your question. They are apples and oranges. For most people it's a matter of preference because all of the top CMSs can be customized to suit your needs. It's just a question of comfort with the interface & coding. Security, of course is important too - as is the support community.

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