Squarespace, which has over 1,200 employees, recently raised $300 million at a $10 billion valuation. While the market share of WordPress is many times larger, commercial closed-source platforms are gaining investment and a little bit of growth.
What does the future hold for WordPress themes, for theme developers and end users? Are we ready for a single master parent theme?
In this episode, Brian and Brian discuss the power of network effects and how they relate to WordPress’ increasing market share and maturity.
Get new perspectives on last years’ biggest news stories — which ones mattered most, to whom, and why? This is the European edition of the first Annual Post Status News Draft.
🏗️ Steve Benjamins from SiteBuilderReport shares some trends and market share data from 2020 for web builders. Market Share: Wix and Squarespace continue to be the market leaders, although their share of the market fell to 53% from 56% in 2019. 📉 While Wix has the highest total market share, Squarespace has the highest market…
Is the WordPress market share beginning to shrink? How do we assess market share? What metrics matter? It’s time we asked these questions.
WordPress has been 25%-ish of the internet for a while now. The last year has shown about a 2% market share gain, according to W3Techs. But this week, it’s “official”. At least according to the metrics available. Matt Mullenweg’s blog post about the achievement sparked a good bit of reflection and conversation around WordPress, notably…