Learning to use wordpress for Marketing

Some interesting wordpress statistics you should be aware of.

How many people read blogs on WordPress.com?

Over 323 million people view more than 2.5 billion pages each month.

How many posts are published on WordPress.com?

WordPress.com users produce about 500,000 new posts and 400,000 new comments on an average day.

Guess how many legit reader comments make it past Akismet every day.

Akismet for wordpress is an Anti spam plugin for wordpress to help you personally control the comments on your wordpress blog

Over2 millionĀ  per day or more since the begining of 2010 and getting close to 3 million according to WordPress

In addition to blog posts, Word Press.com users can publish web pages as well.

Pages are separate from a normal blog chronology but can still be easily managed in the interface

This allows people to easily create an entire site full of hierarchical content about whatever they like.

The number of pageviews across all public WordPress.com sites is now over 700,000,000

and that is alot of zeros

Learning to use wordpress for Marketing will get you exposure period.

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