Interesting Statistics on CMS Usage by County Websites

Content management systems, or CMSs, are web platforms that allow for the easy creation and management of digital content. We conducted a study to look at the usage of different CMSs among county websites in the United States. This article will summarize some of the most important findings from our study.

We conducted a study of 3,184 websites representing Counties, Boroughs, and Parish in the US. Our research involved using multiple online sources to determine the content management system (CMS) used by these websites. The sources we used included whatcms.com, cmsdetect.com, builtwith.com, and Wappalyzer.

My Findings:

WordPress (Open Source) is the most popular CMS with 18.234% share of total 3,184 websites, followed by Civic (Proprietary Government CMS) with 13.914%. There is 125 unique CMS or Web framework that are used for developing these websites. Around 6.576%, that is 207 Counties does not have an online presence.

CMS Distribution – # of County websites using the following CMS

WordPress – (574)
CivicPlus – (438)
Microsoft ASP.NET – (425)
Revize – (208)
Drupal – (192)
Joomla – (98)
govAccess – (98)
PHP – (95)
DNN – (61)
Microsoft SharePoint – (58)
Wix – (54)
HTML – (54)
Weebly – (40)
Adobe Dreamweaver – (35)
GovOffice – (34)
ExpressionEngine – (28)
Core CMS – (25)
KellPro – (21)
SharePoint – (21)
Godaddy Website Builder – (20)
Squarespace – (18)
Nginx – (15)
EvoGov – (14)
jQuery – (12)
Concrete5 – (12)
Sitefinity – (12)
Ruby on Rails – (12)
MotoCMS – (11)
Plesk – (10)
Umbraco – (10)
ezTask – (9)
Konect – (8)
Municipal CMS – (8)
FrontPage – (8)
Siteimprove – (7)
Duda – (7)
Google Sites – (7)
Custom CMS – (7)
SchoolMessenger – (7)
OpenResty – (6)
Seamless CMS – (6)
Microsoft Word – (5)
Kentico CMS – (5)
Ektron CMS – (5)
CMS Made Simple – (5)
Other – (5)
CivicLive – (4)
Classic ASP – (4)
Mint Chip Lab – (4)
JavaScript – (4)
AdobeMuse – (4)
Solodev – (4)
Sitecore – (4)
Mura CMS – (3)
Everbridge – (3)
Netlify CMS – (3)
Microsoft HTTPAPI – (3)
mojoPortal – (3)
iGov – (3)
Laravel – (3)
Web.com – (3)
Adobe Experience Manager – (2)
Wagtail – (2)
365 Degree Total Marketing – (2)
React – (2)
Homestead – (2)
Webflow – (2)
Adobe ColdFusion – (2)
WebMatrix – (2)
Typo3 – (2)
Westside Media – (2)
Zurb Foundation – (2)
WYSIWYG Web Builder – (2)
ProcessWire – (2)
Business Catalyst – (2)
Craft CMS – (2)
Gatsby – (2)
Momenta – (1)
Shockwave Flash Embed – (1)
MunicipalImpact – (1)
Nick Greene – (1)
nimbleCMS – (1)
YourTown CMS – (1)
ApplicantStack – (1)
BaseKit – (1)
Nuxt.js – (1)
ChamberMaster – (1)
OpenCMS – (1)
CommonSpot – (1)
OpenText TeamSite – (1)
e107 – (1)
Percussion – (1)
FreeBSD – (1)
Plone – (1)
Grav CMS – (1)
Plone CMS – (1)
Liferay – (1)
PyroCMS – (1)
Mobirise – (1)
Python – (1)
NetObjects – (1)
qPublic.net – (1)
Next.js – (1)
Quadsimia – (1)
Blogger – (1)
Shockwave Flash Embed – (1)
Community CMS – (1)
Simpleview CMS – (1)
GetFused – (1)
Site Builder – (1)
LiteSpeed – (1)
Site Executive – (1)
Network Solutions Website Builder – (1)
SiteBuilder – (1)
CodeIgniter – (1)
SiteKreator – (1)
Guts – (1)
SouthFire – (1)
Yola – (1)
Sucuri – (1)
Adobe Active Content – (1)
Web Presence Builder – (1)
Episerver – (1)
Xara – (1)
No website – (207)

Find below list of the United State’s Counties, their website URL, and CMS used for developing that website.

CMS used for County Website

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