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Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
Multiple WordPress Sites Manager – one tool to rule them all.
Thomas Korte
Thomas Korte@thomask · Founder, AngelPad (SF & NYC Accelerator)
@bmolej I 100% understand the problem you are solving - I have the very pain you are fixing. Are you in Poland now? Where do you want to grow the company? How many coders work for you? A word on WP - investors have long neglected "add-on companies" (companies that rely on one platform to co-exist and take n-x% of their share). WP is now big enough that you may actually have a chance to build a real company on top of it. AND WP - though I love it - is ripe for disruption. Look what happened to Movable Type, Blogger, ...
Sean Percival
Sean Percival@percival
@thomask Agree add-on cos are tough to get investors excited. Might be different with WP as it powers so much of the web. I know there are two WP hosts who have done somewhat well (Pressable and WPengine).
Kevin William David
Kevin William DavidHiring@kevin · Community @AngelList. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
@Percival @thomask There are quite a few startups in the same space. Managewp is the most well-known WordPress management service online. Infinitewp Wpremote icontrolwp Cms Commander iremotewp mainwp Wpsitestack
Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
@thomask Yes, we are in Poland. Today we want to grow your business in Poland. We believe that can safely grow here, and sell the product worldwide. In the future, we plan to have a country manager in the United States. The team we have 3 developers. For a year, we have created a company structure have account, 3 sales, brand, marketing, SEO, support specialists / managers.
Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
@kwdinc It's true, we have a competition. But we don't need to invent the wheel again. We receive many emails from people who subscribe to beta test who tell us what they do not like in other products, what they expect from our and everyone can not wait for it when we let them open beta.
Thomas Korte
Thomas Korte@thomask · Founder, AngelPad (SF & NYC Accelerator)
@bmolej Poland is a good place to build the eng team and support teams. One of the companies (@AngelPad) has a similar structure: low touch sales, eng and support in Latvia, high-touch sales (larger accounts) and some management in US (San Francisco). cc/ @pipedrive About your product: one thing I would look into is building not just a comprehensive multi-site solution, but having a set of tools that make WP faster and more secure. Some of the themes I have used are very slow and are quite insecure.
Sean Percival
Sean Percival@percival
Who's the user of something like this? IT pro? Agency?
Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
@Percival Blogers, Agency, SEO Specialists... anyone who has WordPress :)
Sean Percival
Sean Percival@percival
What's the one feature your users love the most so far?
Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
@Percival by our tool definition, for users the most important feature is the mass management of multiple parties - updates, backups, comments, SEO features. Check this:
Sean Percival
Sean Percival@percival
How are sales/subscriptions looks so far?
Bart
BartMaker@bmolej · SaaS business
@Percival We started selling tool on the Polish market a year ago as a tool for SEO professionals. During this time we have created some additional functionality to be able to offer a service to a wider market. Within a month of receiving the landing page service WPDASH gained over 500 beta subscribers ( http://www.slideshare.net/wpdash... ) from around the world who can not wait when we let them into public beta.