Trends Update

Entire Internet JavaScript Usage January-July 2015

JavaScript is a core element of modern websites. Of the 328 million domains we indexed the usual suspects top the most growth in terms of numbers. jQuery added an additional 2 million domains to their usage, increasing their market share by 4%. The biggest market share increases though was for a more modern framework called […]

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Entire Internet Mobile Usage January-July 2015

Mobile usage is seeing one of the most dramatic increases and is definitely one of the biggest drivers of change on the Internet this year and previous. Non-scaleable content, meaning the site does not let the user zoom has been built to already fit into viewport of an iPhone, Android or other device. This technology increased to 6.3 […]

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Trends Update

Entire Internet CMS Usage January-July 2015

We update our Entire Internet coverage quarterly and provide an update on what has changed on a bi-annual basis via blog posts. We’ve broken these ones down into bite sized chunks as there’s just so much interesting information to digest. 328,852,063 Domains were indexed this quarter. In the past we’ve shown the increase in usage by […]

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Websites using specific Drupal Versions

We’ve added Drupal Version tracking to BuiltWith. This lets you find our websites using specific versions of the Drupal CMS from 4.x to 8.x and onwards. This breakdown is useful if you’d like to help upgrade users off older versions of the software. View the Drupal Usage Trends to access the specific version reports sidebar option.

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Trends Update

When Google Says Mobile you say Viewport

Google have recently been very actively sending out emails like the one below to anyone registered with Google Webmaster Tools‘ – Soon Google will start ranking results by their appropriateness of smartphone users (as you can see from the text of the email above). Google Rankings are the difference between visits to your website and […]

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Trends Update

Entire Internet Technology Insights – Jan 2015

This Entire Internet update is based on 306 million resolvable domains on the Internet, this includes 100% .com/.net/.org coverage. We did a similar entire internet insights for Jan-June 2014 so this will include some updates on that, this year we’re going to base it on categories to show the winners and losers in each. Top […]

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Trends Update

WooCommerce Version Distribution

Along with our new Magento Version Distribution stats, we have also added WooCommerce version distribution detection. The great thing about this detection is over the long term you will be able to see how quickly websites upgrade to newer versions of software. WordPress for example have streamlined their upgrade procedure, doing it without interruption or […]

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Magento Version Distribution

We have just added version tracking for the popular eCommerce platform Magento to our data coverage and trending info. This lets us get an idea of what versions of Magento are the most used at any given point in time. Below show the breakdown of versions within top sites, Magento Version 1.7 is currently (as of […]

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Amazon EC2 Top Regions by Usage

We recently started tracking some of the cloud computing providers down to specific regions. We’ll have trends information for them shortly, in the meantime we had a look to see what the most popular regions were for top traffic’d sites on the Internet. Over 10% of the top 10,000 sites on the Internet host with […]

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Buzz, Trends Update

Entire Internet Update Insights – Jan to June 2014

These insights are based off of 252 million domains indexed in January 2014 and 287 million domains indexed in June 2014. This data provides some insights into how the Internet has changed in a relatively short period of time (six months).   The HTML5 DocType saw an increase of 6,892,302 million domains, HTML5 has one […]

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Buzz, News, Trends Update

The Growth of Premium Mail Providers 2014

For the last couple of years there has been a lot of hype around social media marketing, content marketing, growth hacking and a whole host of other buzz-phrases. Every so often “the next big thing” is announced and everyone seems to want to pile in. In all of the commotion, some of the more traditional […]

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