Terminalfour

Terminalfour enables universities and colleges to create targeted and incredibly effective digital marketing campaigns and clever engagement strategies to attract and retain the best and brightest.

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0.01%
Top 1M Market Share

Usage Statistics

Market Share

The market share for Terminalfour increased by 0.002 percentage points (from 0.008% to 0.01%) for top 1m sites, more than any other segment for the same time period.


Top 1K sitesTop 10K sitesTop 100K sitesTop 1M sitesAll Sites
Market Share
0.2%
0.17%
0.063%
0.01%
0.001%
Websites21763104151
% Change
100%
400%
71.43%
25%
n/a

Top Level Domains

Websites using Terminalfour were found on 13 top level domains

  • Education (.edu) (39.13%)
  • United Kingdom (.uk) (20.29%)
  • Ireland (.ie) (9.42%)
  • Organization (.org) (8.696%)
  • Commercial (.com) (7.246%)
  • Canada (.ca) (5.072%)
  • Australia (.au) (2.899%)
  • South Africa (.za) (2.174%)
  • Government (.gov) (1.449%)
  • Network (.net) (1.449%)
  • United States of America (.us) (0.725%)
  • Bangladesh (.bd) (0.725%)
  • Mexico (.mx) (0.725%)

Related Technologies

Complementary Technologies


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Apache Web Server 118 Terminalfour vs. Apache
PHP Programming Language 83 Terminalfour vs. PHP
Cloudflare CDN 64 Terminalfour vs. Cloudflare
cdnjs CDN 58 Terminalfour vs. cdnjs
Nginx Web Server 54 Terminalfour vs. Nginx
Windows Server Operating System 52 Terminalfour vs. Windows Server
Google Hosted Libraries CDN 51 Terminalfour vs. Google Hosted Libraries
IIS Web Server 50 Terminalfour vs. IIS
jQuery CDN CDN 45 Terminalfour vs. jQuery CDN
Microsoft ASP.NET Web Framework 44 Terminalfour vs. Microsoft ASP.NET
MySQL Database 43 Terminalfour vs. MySQL

Popular Sites Using Terminalfour

We detected the following sites were using Terminalfour

imperial.ac.uk

york.ac.uk

fordham.edu

dur.ac.uk

scu.edu

suny.edu



How We Detect Installations of Terminalfour


Meta

A CMS will sometimes include a meta tag within the html of each page. This is usually a "generator" tag like <meta name="generator" content="What CMS" /> but could also be "application-name", "Powered-By" or anyting else the CMS creators decide to use.

Markup

If a CMS doesn't have meta tags, it will often have other uniquely identifiable html markup. This can range from unique html comments, ids or classes.


Dedicated Content Management System Detection