WordPress Community in Japan

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WordCamp NYC 09 presentation by Naoko McCracken.

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(November 14, 2009)

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WordPress Community in Japan

  1. 1. WordPress Community in Japan Naoko McCracken WordCamp NYC 2009 - November 14, 2009
  2. 2. Naoko “now-co” McCracken Happiness Engineer WordPress | Automattic naoko@automattic.com http://blog.detlog.org/ twitter: @naokomc
  3. 3. in
  4. 4. here.
  5. 5. Economy: 2nd largest Population: 128 million (10th place) Internet: High-Quality & Cheaper
  6. 6. Blogging is Big in Japan.
  7. 7. 27 million blog accounts.
  8. 8. 20.5 Billion Page Views.
  9. 9. Are Blogs different?
  10. 10. Gadgets/Tech News Celebrity Diary Translated Contents
  11. 11. Mobile Web is Big in Japan.
  12. 12. Cell Phone = Essensial Communication / Entertainment tool
  13. 13. WordPress Mobile Plugins Ktai Style & Ktai Entry Yuriko Ikeda (Yuriko.net)
  14. 14. Japanese WordPress Plugins
  15. 15. Contact Form 7
  16. 16. wp-kougabu
  17. 17. TwitPic Clone
  18. 18. Cacoo.com
  19. 19. WordCamps & Meetups
  20. 20. WordCamps in Japan
  21. 21. September 08: WordCamp Tokyo
  22. 22. April 2009: WordCamp Kansai (Party)
  23. 23. April 2009: WordCamp Tokyo
  24. 24. ... and Matt’s Autographing Session
  25. 25. October 2009: WordPress Kyoto
  26. 26. WordBench.org (Local Community)
  27. 27. Barriers and Differences
  28. 28. Language
  29. 29. Local Web Services
  30. 30. Why WordPress?
  31. 31. Freedom & Openness
  32. 32. WordPress in Japanese
  33. 33. Wahdo-Puresu
  34. 34. THANKS! naoko@automattic.com http://blog.detlog.org/ twitter: @naokomc
  35. 35. Photo Credit: cocoarmani waviaei odysseygate banjo006 takamorry on Flickr
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