Do You Use WordPress? Take the 2015 WordPress Survey

first_imgThe fifth annual WordPress survey is now available. If you’re a user, developer, designer, or business that uses WordPress, you’re invited to take the 2015 survey.It takes about 5-8 minutes to complete the survey. I took the survey this morning; it took me less than five minutes to complete.Results of the survey will be shared in Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word address in December at WordCamp US in Philadelphia (tickets will be on sale soon). I’ve watched the State of the Word the last couple years on the livestream; fascinating to hear how people are working and creating with WordPress. Last year, over 33,000 people from 179 countries took the annual survey. I was impressed to learn 77 percent of responses were from people outside the United States and the future plans for language packs and internationalization.If you’re concerned about privacy, the survey instructions state:All data will be anonymized: no email addresses or IP addresses will be associated with published results.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedDo You Use WordPress? Complete the 2017 WordPress User SurveyIt’s back for another year! The seventh annual WordPress user survey is now available. If you use WordPress in any way, whether you’re a: Blogger Writer Photographer Business owner Hobbyist Designer Developer Programmer Digital marketer Manager Or someone else you’re invited to take the annual survey. The survey is short,…In “WordPress”Takeaways from State of the Word 2015At this week’s WordCamp US 2015 conference, Matt Mullenweg delivered the annual State of The Word address, focusing on WordPress accomplishments over the past year as well as what to expect in the future. For the past two years, I’ve watched the State of the Word address on livestream. This…In “Event/meeting recap”Takeaways from State of the Word 2014At yesterday’s WordCamp San Francisco 2014 conference, Matt Mullenweg delivered the annual State of The Word address, focusing on WordPress updates in the past year as well as future plans. In addition, Matt shared the results of the annual survey, completed by more than 33,000 WordPress users and developers. https://twitter.com/ahockley/status/526433228945883137…In “Event/meeting recap”last_img

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