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I'm just curious, because I love wordpress.

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visit for demos

http://wpmu.org/

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  • Or most other theme sellers for that matter. WooThemes too, for example. They use sub-directory based multisite setup for their demo themes e.g. http://demo.woothemes.com/canvas.
    – its_me
    Commented Jan 24, 2013 at 13:44
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The Next Web is a good example of large-scale, high(ish) traffic MU site. Well implemented with a good design.

EDIT: As agreed upon in the comments (and quite evident from the site itself), TNW has switched from WordPress Multisite to a single site setup.

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    The site you posted is using Wordpress in a single-site install as it looks like.
    – hakre
    Commented Mar 4, 2011 at 13:18
  • Sorry has changed since the time of posting Commented Mar 21, 2011 at 14:01
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  1. WordPress.com

  2. Edublogs.org

  3. blog.com

  4. Blogetery.com

  5. Blogsome.com

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  • Any non-blogging sites?
    – trusktr
    Commented Jan 29, 2013 at 3:27
  • No. I'm not aware of any non-blogging sites Commented Jan 29, 2013 at 23:36
  • I meant any sites not specifically for the sole purpose of giving users their own blog. So for something that doesn't focus on proving a "blogging service". Anything like that? Maybe some type of social network?
    – trusktr
    Commented Feb 2, 2013 at 7:15
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I think, to be blunt our own site is working very well and looks pretty good. The url is http://bloggersdelight.dk - Currently arround 10.000 blogs and around 15mill pageview / month.

Setup is scaled and balanced using several servers.

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