Big websites are an attractive prospect for users, mostly to streamline their own activities, but also to keep on conversation and development that could directly give them a leg up in their own technology business or start-up. As we all know, big websites combine a wide variety of variables which afford them the exclusive title.
Beyond marketing, it involves updating programming language systems, constantly streamlining the sites functionality, an all the while affording a team to channel and adapt to the immense traffic so that it they are not overrun and shut down because the server hits its max. That’s where investment naturally comes in handy. For now, I will circumvent some of the details and offer you some know how on just who these are and what their influence represents for web users.
For those interested in WordPress and the website behemoths that call it their server home, you might be interested in the list of high capacity users. High volume news sources that chose to be powered by WordPress include The New York Times, CNN and Reuters. As you know, some of the most reputable news options offered. Fortune 500 companies that chose WordPress are GM, Best Buy and even ebay. Knowing how much business is carried out online for these companies, it shows how reliable WordPress is for bigger names and how much effort is put into accommodating smaller individual sites, just as readily as the most trafficked sites on the world wide web.
However, there are even some famous blogs that I am more interested in. My favorite, boingboing, has editors writing about technology, science, culture and beyond. Another big website, Mashable, is serviced by WordPress and covers enterainment, tech gadgets and all other revolutions in webistes and the likes. Yes, I know, this is something I get particularly excited about.
Anyway, for more information, feel free to contact me and I will give you a more in-depth analysis about what big sites are and how important they are to the future of the online space.