This month we grew not just in blogs and users, but in company size. As I mentioned in a previous post, the team from Intense Debate is now a part of Automattic. We’re also trucking along with Version 2.7, and listening to your input from the two design surveys opened up this month.
Here are the stats:
- 334,004 blogs were created.
- 335,693 new users joined.
- 3,753,063 file uploads.
- 1766.49 gigabytes of new files.
- 489 terabytes of content transferred from our datacenters.
- 7,910,452 comments.
- 6,252,336 logins.
- 952,281,311 pageviews on WordPress.com, and another 694,985,128 on self-hosted blogs (1,647,266,439 total across all WordPress blogs we track — a jump of 191,084,227 views since last month).
- 1,317,190 active blogs and 15,433,379 active posts where “active” means they got a human visitor.
- 1,176,044,534 words.
Other interesting stuff:
Martha Stewart converted to WordPress and devoted an entire episode of The Martha Stewart Show to blogging.
The UK Royal Navy uses WordPress and is the first of the UK’s Armed Services to have a blog.
We had a record-breaking number of WordCamps this month, with fantastic turnouts:
- WordCamp Phillipines: 65 attendees in Davao; 400+ in Manila.
- WordCamp China: 400 attendees in Beijing; around 140 in Shanghai.
- WordCamp Tokyo: 100 attendees.
- WordCamp Portland: 150 attendees.
- WordCamp Utah: 140 attendees.
- WordCamp Vancouver: 80 attendees.
- WordCamp Birmingham: 80 attendees.