HTTPArchive has published its latest ranking of the best performing Content Management Systems (CMS). After reviewing the ranking of the six most popular CMSes of his, we found that his best-performing CMS significantly outperformed his competitors.
As before, we will continue to review data related to the US geographic region.
The global data differs slightly from the US data, but not enough to change the ranking position of the CMS under study.
How Core Web Vitals CMS Ranking Is Determined
HTTPArchive uses two datasets to reach the leading Web Vitals rankings of all content management systems.
The datasets used by HTTPArchive are:
- CRuX dataset
- Lab dataset
CRuX datasets are derived from real website visits by real people who have opted to anonymously allow Core Web Vitals data to be collected from the websites they visit.
Lab datasets come from crawlers that collect data from millions of websites. Lab data simulates mobile devices and mobile connections to arrive at ranking scores.
These two datasets are used to determine key Web Vitals scores for all CMSs and are published for review.
#1 Core Web Vitals Champion: Duda
Duda is a professional website builder platform that enables businesses to go online quickly without thinking about the underlying technology.
The goal is to allow customers to focus on their business while Duda handles the technology. This is an approach shared by other companies such as Wix and Squarespace.
Of these three website builder platforms, Duda continues to lead.
Last time we looked at the HTTPArchive technology report data, Duda was ahead of the pack by a wide margin.
This trend continues with the latest performance data published in February 2022.
The percentage of websites with good core performance for Web Vitals built with Duda was a staggering 77.3%.
As of October 2021, the percentage of well-performing websites was 69.3%.
Duda’s performance benchmark improved by 8%.
Comparing the three website building platforms in this review:
Comparing CWV Scores for SaaS Website Builders
- Duda 77.3%
- Wicks 54.0%
- Square Space 42.8%
Duda not only leads its competitors, it outperforms them by a huge margin.
Wix, the second-place website builder competitor, trails Duda by more than 23%.
In some ways this is not surprising, as the last time we spoke with Duda they mentioned that website performance is a key goal for them.
They shared that they have taken a data-driven approach to identifying areas of improvement and deploying updates to their customers’ websites so they can enjoy better and faster performance.
A Duda spokesperson said:
“Using this data-driven approach, we were able to identify opportunities for improvement.
We implemented those improvements and rechecked the improvements using BI tools.
This was a successful iterative approach and helped me improve my score over time. ”
#2 Core Web Vitals Champion: Drupal
The second-place CWV champion is open source CMS Drupal, overtaking Wix’s previous second place.
In a previous study, 50.2% of Drupal sites had excellent core web vitals scores.
This year, Drupal overtook Wix with a score of 58.2%, and Wix trailed by 4 percentage points with a score of 54.0%.
#3 Core Web Vitals Champion: Wix
This time, instead of improving performance, the percentage of sites passing core web vitals actually decreased.
This dropped Wix from 2nd to 3rd place.
In our previous study, Wix performed with 55.3% of sites built with Wix passing the Core Web Vitals score.
Wix’s performance actually dropped to 54.0% this year.
#4 Core Web Vitals Champion: Squarespace
Squarespace is taking leaps and bounds by significantly improving the performance of their platform.
In our last survey, Squarespace ranked 31.45% of sites that passed CWV. This time, 42.84% of Squarespace sites pass his CWV score.
#5 Core Web Vitals Champion: WordPress
WordPress retains the 5th place it ranked in October.
WordPress performance increased from 31% to a whopping 37.4%.
This is a significant improvement that may reflect the great work of the WordPress performance team working within WordPress to improve WordPress performance.
The WordPress Performance Team recently released an experimental performance plugin as part of an effort to test performance improvements before incorporating them into the main WordPress core.
The next version of WordPress may be even better.
#6 Core Web Vitals Champion: Joomla
Last time we looked at HTTPArchive results, Joomla wasn’t in the rankings.
According to HTTPArchive, Joomla scored 30.5% in September 2021, which is the date the results were reported in October.
This time, Joomla jumps right behind WordPress, scoring 35%, just 2% behind WordPress.
These are the top-ranked CMS by measured Core Web Vitals performance.
Top-Ranked CMS by Core Web Vitals
Duda was the #1 ranked CMS in October’s Core Web Vitals Performance and maintained its top position by continuing to focus on improving its Core Web Vitals scores, delivering significant gains by a wide margin. raising.
Core Web Vitals Technology Report
Duda’s score of 77.3% is more than double that of WordPress, currently the world’s most popular CMS at #5.
Obviously, if web performance is important to your business, there are other CMSs to choose from besides WordPress.
But the WordPress performance team is catching up fast, so don’t rule it out just yet.
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