List of internet facing SharePoint sites

I recently saw a tweet by Ian Morrish (@imorrish of wssdemo) pointing to a site where he has kept track of sites built on the SharePoint platform. On its own this is worth a mention but wait – there’s more! He’s also captured additional information, such as country, industry and SharePoint version etc. All of this is presented in the most fantastic Microsoft Live Labs Pivot. I can strongly recommend checking this out.

Screenshot of internet facing SharePoint sites

When consulting I often get asked about what other people have done with SharePoint and for real-world examples of what is possible. This is a fantastic resource to help answer some of those questions.

[It’s also pleasing to see some of the websites that we’ve worked on at Content and Code over the past few years!]

I don’t know what Ian’s long term plans are with this but I hope it keeps going and going! I love it.

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