50 Big Websites You Didn’t Know Were Using WordPress

50 Wordpress Websites

When people hear the word ‘WordPress’ they typically think of blogging. But, what started out as a simple blogging platform has now evolved into one of the most powerful Content Management Systems available. WordPress is no longer used only for blogs, but for the websites that you interact with everyday, even if you don’t realize it.

If you’re ever wondering whether a website is run on WordPress or not, there are a few simple ways to tell – I wrote a post here on 6 Quick Ways to Tell if a Site is Built Using WordPress. Many of these websites are using WordPress because of its power and customizability, though you can’t tell by just looking at them because they all look so different. If you’re wondering whether WordPress is right for you, you can take a look through these sites to see what it’s capable of.

50 Big Websites You Didn't Know Were Using WordPress


1. The New Yorker
2. Variety
3. People Magazine
4. Macleans
5. BBC America
6. Facebook Newsroom
7. Vogue India
8. Time Magazine
9. Bloomberg Professional

Shows & Music

10. AMC’s The Walking Dead
11. Sony Music
12. James Bond
13. MTV News


14. Best Buy
15. Lollapalooza
16. Samsung Camera
17. Mercedes Benz
18. General Motors Fastlane
19. Dole Fruit
20. Cooper Hewitt
21. Izod
22. Marks and Spencers
23. Metro UK


24. Ariana Grande
25. Jane Goodall
26. Katy Perry
27. Jay Z
28. LL Cool J
29. Rolling Stones
30. Beyonce
31. Lily Allen
32. Jason Mraz
33. Dave Matthews Band


34. Microsoft Blog
35. Reuters Blog
36. Xerox Blogs
37. Blackberry Blogs
38. Eddie Bauer
39. UPS Blog
40. Trello Blog
41. Evernote Blog
42. Hootsuite Blog
43. Mozilla Blog
44. Flickr Blog
45. LinkedIn Blog
46. Ted Blog
47. Tech Crunch


48. Sweden – National Site
49. US – Nancy Pelosi
50. US – Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
51. US – Boston University Admissions
52. Canada – Olympic Team

Do you know of any big websites that you were surprised to find out were using WordPress?
Let me know and I’ll add them to the list!

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