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WordCamp Tokyo 2017

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September 16, 2017
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WordCamp Tokyo 2017

Konichiwa - What I’ve learned helping a Japanese
WordPress start-up grow in the US

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Daniel Olson

September 16, 2017
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  2. Daniel Olson @emaildano Konichiwa What I’ve learned helping a Japanese


    WordPress start-up grow in the US
  3. Daniel Olson @emaildano 7+ Years Client Focused
 WordPress Web Development

  4. Daniel Olson @emaildano Recipe Design → Build → Rinse →

    Repeat → Design → Build → Rin d → Rinse → Repeat →
  5. Daniel Olson @emaildano Web Development + Business Development

  6. A classic case of
 produce more, spend less.

  7. Too Few Too Many Team Projects

  8. Too Many Team Too Few Projects

  9. Just Right Team Too Few Projects Just Right 和

  10. The Fisherman
 and The Whaler An analogy (I think)

  11. Daniel Olson COO, DigitalCube @emaildano

  12. We develop WordPress SaaS
 products on AWS

  13. Kobe Sendai Tokyo Niigata Fukuoka

  14. Philadelphia

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  22. All that together.. I’m still not sure what AMIMOTO is

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  25. Let us fix this Please

  26. Daniel Olson @emaildano

  27. Branding

  28. A few observations
 through research

  29. Market Share First

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  32. Native Language Support ⺟母国語サポート

  33. AWS Marketplace Twitter Facebook Developer Docs Support Chat Proposals Welcome

    Emails Welcome Emails SNS Booth Materials
  34. 300% Increased conversion across all channels

  35. Product Focused Second

  36. Daniel Olson @emaildano

  37. Photo by Sheri Bigelow

  38. Challenge Yourself Third

  39. Daniel Olson @emaildano Third Wave Huh?

  40. StaticPress Serverless + Static + WordPress

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  42. What about AMIMOTO?

  43. Daniel Olson @emaildano

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  48. Daniel Olson @emaildano – Me (Maybe?) “Your best opportunity is

    usually
 one step out of your comfort zone.”
  49. Daniel Olson @emaildano Konichiwa What I’ve learned helping a Japanese


    WordPress start-up grow in the US https://speakerdeck.com/emaildano