Wikispaces Birthday Week: Site Statistics

This is part three of a week-long series of posts celebrating
Wikispaces’ Fourth Birthday. Check back tomorrow for part four!

Today’s the day. Wikispaces is four years old. As we did on our third birthday, we’ll take a break from our usual blogging to look at the numbers behind the site.

Back on March 18, 2005, we had a whopping six new members on Wikispaces, all unsuspecting friends who we enticed to join the site with promises of wiki awesomeness. We ended our first day with 87 edits, 18 wikis, and a feeling that people might actually like what we built. Small numbers, a lot of excitement!

Fast-forward four years: as of March 15 2009, we had over 2.2 million registered members on Wikispaces and over 900,000 wikis. Our members and guests edit their wikis over 100,000 times a day, with as many as 9000 edits in an hour. In the last 30 days, over 7.3 million people visited and our Private Label sites. Last month, Wikispaces served over 50 million pages and in our last year, over 380 million pages.

Wikispaces has grown because of you – your feedback helps us improve our services, your work becomes examples for others, and your recommendations introduce friends and colleagues to the site. Thank you for being an active part of our community over the past year and helping us get to where we are today. We can’t wait to see what year five will bring.

March 2009 March 2008
All-Time Registered Members 2,244,700 920,681
All-Time Wikis 905,127 390,721
Pageviews 381,589,973 193,691,644
Unique Visitors 40,079,863 10,865,066
30 Day Pageviews 51,486,418 26,385,223
30 Day Unique Visitors 7,396,158 1,766,296

Pageview and visitor stats are from Google Analytics and are through 15 March 2009.

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  1. Susie Hughes
    Posted March 23, 2009 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    In just listened to the Wiki tour to get more info about it and the audio was awful. It was an echo type that made the tour quite confusing. I am a new user and need to know the ins and outs of Wiki’s
    Monday March 23, 2009 at 409 pm Pacific Standard time

  2. Posted March 23, 2009 at 3:13 pm | Permalink

    Hi Susie,

    Can you point us to the web address of the video that you had difficulty with?


  3. emilio polo ledezma
    Posted March 27, 2009 at 4:31 am | Permalink

    Will be for you and all our wiki family a lot of years
    Besh wishes !!!
    Emilio Polo

  4. Posted March 29, 2009 at 1:51 pm | Permalink


    you guys doubled (approx.) in just one year.

    I created my first account on Nov. 18, 2005. I don’t think I ever created a wiki. I remember that I disliked the page layout back then, but I have kept receiving Wikispaces updates ever since.

    Now, almost 4 years later, with renewed interest in building a wiki, I returned to Wikispaces, visiting it first and creating a space. And even after evaluation all the other hosted wiki solutions, Wikispaces came out best.

    Today me and a friend actively collaborate in building our wiki, and Wikispaces rocks :).

  5. Posted March 30, 2009 at 7:22 am | Permalink


    Thanks for your comment. The growth and improvements you see are because we actively listen to our members’ suggestions and feedback, using them to guide us as we continue to make Wikispaces easier and more intuitive.

    Good luck with your wiki. Let us know how things go.


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