Notable WordPress Users

You’re in good company if you use WordPress to publish on the web. Here’s a sampler of well-known sites that are powered by WordPress. Want a website or blog like this yourself? Sign up for; it takes 30 seconds.


  • The New York TimesThe New York Times’ blogs cover everything imaginable, ranging from arts to economics.
  • CNNCNN hosts blogs for their many on-air personalities and for breaking news.
  • ForbesForbes is a leading source for reliable business news and financial information.
  • Maclean'sMaclean’s enlightens readers with investigative reporting and exclusive stories from leading journalists.

Fortune 500 Companies

  • eBayeBay Ink is your official source for information, opinion and perspective on eBay, Inc.
  • SonyPlayStation.Blog is where the people who create the PlayStation experience meet gamers & fans directly.
  •  Best Buy uses WordPress Multisite to power 1050 local store blogs & their mobile site.


  • The Rolling Stones’ website (“the World’s Greatest Rock ‘N’ Roll Band”) including a complete discography and videos.
  • is curated by Jay-Z and covers a wide range of the artist’s interests.
  • Katy PerryKaty Perry is an American singer and songwriter. Her site offers videos, lyrics, ringtones, & more.
  • LollapaloozaLollapalooza is an annual music festival featuring heavy metal, alternative, punk and hip hop.
  • features over 1 million tracks, artist profiles, photos, videos, and new music daily.


  • KinedaKineda is the definitive fashion and lifestyle web destination for today’s trendsetting young adults.
  • HypebeastHypebeast is a lifestyle magazine that features the latest in men’s fashion, art, design and music.


  • TechCrunch

    A blog about technology start-ups and is one of the top technology blogs on the web.

  • Microsoft News

    The official portal for news about Microsoft.

  • Boing Boing

    Billed as “the world’s greatest neurozine,” its editors write about technology, science, culture, and much more.


  • FiveThirtyEightFiveThirtyEight is a blog dedicated to political polling written by Nate Silver.
  • SwamplandTIME’s Swampland offers political insight from the Beltway and beyond.
  • WonketteWonkette details the goings-on of the political establishment in Washington, DC and the U.S.

Famous Blogs

  • BuzzMachineJeff Jarvis, creator of Entertainment Weekly, writes about the future of publishing at BuzzMachine.
  • Laughing SquidLaughing Squid is both a cloud-based web hosting company and a popular blog featuring art, culture, & technology.
  • MashableMashable covers entertainment, technology, gadgets, and the web with a focus on social media.

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