Win or lose, there are lessons to learn. We don't have all the time in the world to make mistakes so it's better to learn from others' experiences.In this episode, Fidelitas Development CEO and Lion's Share Marketing Podcast Host Tyler Sickmeyer talks about who's winning and who's losing in 2021 and the big difference between them. He also shares specific ad platforms that you may not have thought of in your e-commerce journey.Listen up, there's a ton to get out of this one.KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODEWhat's working in this post iOS 14.5 world: Investing in campaign channels such as SMS and Email.There's so much to be gained by building the right email list.There's a lot of ways to get data analytics, you just have to find a model that actually works for your business, is consistent, and is trustworthy.What's losing in 2021: Sticking to the shotgun approach. No personalization.Who's gonna do well in 2022: Anyone who's savvy in the influencer marketing space. They have a massive leg up on the competition.There are opportunities in using Tik Tok and Youtube ads.If you are going to invest serious money in putting your message out there, make sure you have a great message to sell.You have to divert a part of your budget to testing new channels and platforms.Recommended Tool: Upfluencehttps://www.upfluence.comRecommended Podcast: The Lion's Share Marketing Podcasthttps://lionssharepodcast.comRecommended Book:The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, The Ideal Team Player, and other books written by Patrick LencioniToday's Guest:Tyler Sickmeyer is the CEO of Fidelitas Development. He is also the host of the Lion's Share Marketing Podcast.Fidelitas Development offers a full range of services, including Branding, Graphic Design, Social Media Development, Website Development, SEO, PPC Campaigns, Text Message Marketing, Creative, Grassroots Marketing, Public Relations, Media Buys, Media Planning, and Content Creation and Distribution.The Lion's Share Marketing Podcast is a marketing-oriented podcast for Marketing Leaders, by Marketing Leaders. The Lion's Share Marketing Podcast covers a wide range of topics from Influencer Marketing and eCommerce best practices to marketing for start-ups and retail marketing trends. Connect and learn more about Tyler and Fidelitas Development here:Website: https://www.fidelitasdevelopment.comLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tylersickmeyerTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/tsickmeyerWe love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here:https://mindfulmarketing.co/growthplan-applyIf you've been paying attention and your brand is ready to GROW, apply now to be the one new brand we take on this month!https://mindfulmarketing.co/apply
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/6JOJovX9y00 This week we welcome Peggy Tsai, Chief Data Officer for BigID. Peggy brings a unique perspective from building her career in data management, as opposed to starting deeply on the business-side or the technology-side and finding her way to data management at some point in the journey. We have an […]
Austin Ward graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. With experience ranging from counseling in multiple settings, sales, project-based work building health insurance networks for big names including Medicaid, and currently sales operations, Austin brings an eye for the big picture, a mind for how to paint it, and a steady hand to brush it to life. He earned a Master of Science degree in counseling but left the traditional application in order to make an even bigger impact by transferring his skillset to business. Data impacts people, and Austin is passionate about seeing the right story told so that it drives positive changes and fills practical needs. He loves learning anything new, but if you're teaching him about your childhood he may or may not charge you by the hour.
Austin Peay graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. After undergrad, Austin was unsure of what his next steps in life were. Knowing he loved to look at sports data, Austin fumbled upon this NSS program and never looked back.
Tom Wise graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. After a long career in live music production, I began to feel the need for a change. I hope to bring those outside skills and work ethic with me on my new adventure.
Holland Griffis graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. After a successful career in IT Operations/Infrastructure, primarily as a UNIX and Linux system administrator and team manager, I decided to update my technical skills and get into something a bit more fun, data analytics.
Christian Mack graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. After an undergraduate career focused on the liberal arts, I found myself mid-pandemic at a crossroads, unsure of what to do. As a lover of stories and all things analytical, I fell into data practically by accident; thankfully, the accident was a happy one. I've quickly discovered that some of the most interesting and intricate stories can be found in a sea of data--all it takes is someone looking for them.
Michael Ferral graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Michael Ferral has held various positions in food service leadership and is currently an administrator in food services at a private institution of higher education. In this role, he analyzes data and a variety of trends to inform the ways that this information can be used to improve performance. Michael uses these analytical tools along with his strong interpersonal skills to understand nuances and to identify areas for growth and development. The skills Michael acquired as a student in the Nashville Software School have greatly enhanced his data analysis ability. In addition to being able to collect, clean, analyze and visualize data using several different means, Michael has sharpened his problem-solving skills. He is eager to put his skills to the test in the real world, and to bring clarity and understanding through relevant data.
Jeremiah Akers graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. At the intersection of my professional and personal life is data. I find fulfillment in understanding and conveying information to others in practical ways to propel their success. It's why I Ioved teaching English as a second language, sales operations and reporting, coaching middle school wrestling, and playing team-based strategy games. Understanding is my goal, and data is my tool. It only makes sense to make it my career as well.
Erin O'Rourke graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. As a nonprofit professional, I have always been captivated by the potential inherent in data and have a passion for gathering and disseminating information. One of my primary interests is the way that seemingly abstract policies impact people. As an outreach paralegal to farmworkers, thinking about and investigating the data we were collecting was the impetus to enroll in a data analysis program.
Data Science or Data Analytics? Which is right career choice for you? | Zubin Saini | #TGV182 Genre: Data Science, Career Development, Data Analytics We live in a world surrounded by data. Very few are aware how this data is literally a goldmine for all businesses. This is due to the vast amount of information these small chunks of data contain which can be transformed into big decisions. All modern companies need a data scientist and analyst for them to make decisions based on customer response and satisfaction. Tune in to hear inputs from an experienced data scientist who has worked through many companies and multiple roles. In the episode: Zubin's career journey and top 3 things that contributed towards his career. (2:33) Difference between Data Science and Data Analytics. (8:25) How can data science help businesses? (12:09) Technologies in Data Analytics and where to start? (19:23) Evolution of Data Science and Future trends. (24:14) Career opportunities in field of Data Science and Analytics (29:10) Rapid fire questions (34:10) What is your one advice for those aspiring to make big in their careers? (36:46) Trivia on Computer Virus (39:16) About Zubin: Zubin is currently helping start-ups in an external role to incubate Analytics and ML/AI in-house and providing analytical solutions. He has a B. Tech from IIT Delhi, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from IIM Calcutta. He started his professional journey with Absolutdata, right after engineering, which he left after a year to join IIM Calcutta. After his PGDM, he worked with Ernst and Young and then back to Absolutdata, where he worked for eight years. After a short stint with Oyo leading their Pricing algorithm, Zubin now works as an independent consultant in the field of Data Analytics. Connect with Zubin on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zubin-saini-329870b/ Naveen Samala: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/naveensamala Sudhakar Nagandla: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nvsudhakar #datascience, #dataanlytics, #data, #data analyst, #career, #business, #db, #data management, #career development, #naveen samala, #tgv, #theguidingvoice, #sudhakarnagandla, #career guidance, #coaching, #mentoring
Lesley Easley graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. I am new to the world of technology through data but not new to taking on a challenge. I am ready to take these newly found skills of data analytics to pair with my current leadership skills to reach new heights in my career path.
Jose Quezada graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. I have thrived working alongside people with creative skillsets as a middle school math teacher for the past 7 years. Creating and managing student portfolios attracted me towards data analytics as it became my responsibility to instruct based on my student's performance. Data analytics in my classroom is what motivated me to expand on the world of analysis outside of education, to expand my understanding of various tools and techniques to help individuals make decisions and succeed.
Chenxi "Liu" Liu graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. I was inspired by data usage for these e-commerce tech companies. Processing and building data/data model is getting more important for all kinds of businesses. By undertaking data-driven workforce planning, the organization will have the tools it needs to adapt quickly to change, leading to higher and be more productivity. I am happy to service the role that to push the business more effective and powerful.
Jackie DiMaria graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Jackie has experience primarily in the non-profit and healthcare sectors. She is hands on and has served in administrative, leadership and financial capacities. She has consistently used data to optimize productivity, fundraising, staffing and other initiatives. She is excited to venture officially into a new realm with data analysis.
Michael Goodman graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. The skills Michael acquired as a student in the Nashville Software School have greatly enhanced his data analysis skills. In addition to being able to collect, clean, analyze and visualize data using several different means, Michael has sharpened his problem-solving skills. He is eager to put his skills to the test in the real world, and to bring clarity and understanding through relevant data.
Taryn Patterson graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Through my experience working as a Research Specialist, I became familiar with working with large sets of data and realized my interests in Data Analytics. I love being able to make sense of information and use it to help others make informed decisions.
Sara Schuster graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Starting my career in education has inspired a lifelong love for learning. During several years of work in restaurant management, I specialized in the role of food cost analyst and discovered a passion for data. The urge to explore that further led me to Nashville Software School, and eventually into a whole new career. Now I'm ready to put all of my data skills to use for the right organization.
Ryan Maurer graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. My passion for data-based decision making was founded during my studies at Belmont University as a Music Business student. Continuous improvement of my data skills has been a staple of my post-grad life, and I could think of no better place to hone my skills than NSS. As it is NSS's intention to access latent potential in Nashville's tech community, I too believe that Nashville is a special place that draws in special people and organizations, and I am excited to utilize my newfound skill set at a firm that is indicative of what makes this city great.
Derek Price graduated with part-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Always looking for new challenges and new ways of thinking, Derek's passion for interdisciplinary research and teaching has led him to the world of data analysis. Derek is deeply interested in how data can be used to tell stories and reveal new insights about the world. While earning his PhD at Vanderbilt University, Derek learned how to define and pursue research questions, analyze evidence, and weave his findings into persuasive and accessible narratives. His time at Nashville Software School has given him the skills to collect, clean, analyze, and visualize real-world data and to present those findings to broad audiences.
Join Data Movers as we sit down with Nick Amabile, CEO of DAS42 to discuss big data technologies and the effects the pandemic has had on data analytics with the acceleration of digital transformation on many industries. We also discuss what trends to keep an eye on in the upcoming year and learn more about Nick!If you are interested in learning more about the people behind our industry's top headlines, this podcast is for you!Follow Jaymie at @jscotto and Evan at @evankirstelSUBSCRIBE to JaymieScottoTV for the latest Telecom News: https://www.youtube.com/JaymieScottoTVHOMEPAGE: http://www.jsa.netLIKE JaymieScottoTV on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JaymieScottoandAssociatesFOLLOW JaymieScottoTV on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/jsatv
Andreas Rast graduated with Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Goal-oriented, German-born, German-raised, Oktoberfest experienced data analyst with curiosity for new data, data questions, and results. Always open to discovering something new and taking my chances. As the great Wayne Gretzky said, "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take."
Suzanne Saggio graduated with Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Pittsburgh native with a background in financial analytics, business analytics, and project management, transitioning into the data analytics world. I'm eager to merge all my expertise and experiences. Wisdom stems from wonderment and staying curious.
Olariche Obi graduated with Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Born in Nashville, raised in the Boro, academically-nurtured in the city of Chicago; after living abroad in France for two years, her talents were brought back to the US to pick up some new ones in data transformation, data analysis, and data visualization. A people-person, with a curiosity for learning and problem-solving, and a lifelong interest in growth and betterment.
Ella Fayer graduated with Full-time Data Analytics Cohort 5. Israel-born, Chicago-raised, Nashville-living, results-oriented data analyst with efficiency expertise and proficient skills in process creation & improvement, and project management, excelling also in communications. Cross-functional dynamic operations guru - turned data analyst, hungry to creatively solve problems in unique ways.
How much do you know about Facebook? Throughout the years, we've heard plenty. The platform has inspired, surprised, and betrayed us. A lot of us seem to have a love-hate relationship with Facebook, because while we recognize and resent their control over our personal information, we continue to condone their actions by being present on the site. In this episode, Alexander McCaig and Jason Rigby analyze the true intentions of Facebook after reading an article on how researchers lost access to their accounts after digging up data against the platform. A Laundry List of Controversies Since its creation, the platform has had its fair share of ups and downs. While it remains one of the biggest social media sites in the world and its presence has helped people connect with their loved ones it's also been the subject of controversy. In 2014, Facebook was criticized for running psychological tests on 70,000 unconsenting participants in 2012. This test involved removing a certain list of words from their news feeds to see how it affected their reactions to posts. Later, in 2018, the Cambridge Analytica scandal showed everyone just how compromised their Facebook accounts were. The data analytics firm improperly harvested data from millions of users for ad targeting during the 2016 election. And in 2019, the FTC fined Facebook $5 billion over violations of user privacy. There are plenty more scandals in the past decade to illustrate how the platform has consistently pushed the boundaries of user privacy and personal rights. And yet, people continue to use the platform—effectively giving Facebook the power to also continue commercializing their personal data. How Can We Change Facebook? Alexander McCaig clarifies that he doesn't care about the platform. He explains that this is because Facebook is a commercialization engine, and has been clear about their intentions for their users. It's difficult to expect change from a super tech company that is set on its ambition to continue profiting from its users. A more realistic goal to work on would be to take away its biggest source of income, which is its massive user base. Jason pointed out that if a huge momentum against Facebook occurred and a billion users collectively decided to just stop using the platform, it would have a tangible and more concrete impact on their actions. In contrast, writing articles would not be as effective. Closing Thoughts: Starting the Shift Away from Facebook The anger towards big tech corporations like Facebook is misplaced. With all the awareness around what it's capable of doing and what it has already chosen to do before, people don't need more content on how they're being used as cash cows. They need a way to mobilize against the platform; an incentive to move away from using Facebook as their primary source of connection and entertainment. The TARTLE platform is capable of giving people this renewed purpose on the internet. The marketplace is designed to fully respect the autonomy and privacy of each individual. Users are free to fill out all the data packets they want and earn from their hard work. Everybody who is on the TARTLE platform has the opportunity to become a data champion. If you have the strong desire to stop an enormous commercialization system like Facebook from using people as cash cows, the first step towards achieving your goal is to find out what you have control over—yourself, and your participation in that very system. Cutting off their access to your data may seem insignificant when you are just one person out of a billion users on the platform. However, change is never about one big miraculous step that suddenly and neatly solves all the problems. It's a series of small steps that amount to a big change over time. You could be the first step of the movement that takes down Facebook's monopoly over other people's data. All you need to do is stop using it—and if you want a renewed perspective on your power as an individual, make the switch to the TARTLE marketplace. It's time to find out: what's your data worth? www.tartle.co TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
On this episode of Hashmap on Tap, host Kelly Kohlleffel is joined by Rashmi Agrawal. Rashmi is Director of Data & Analytics at Oldcastle, a global, industry-leading manufacturer of concrete building and hardscape products with who we've had the pleasure of working with. After starting their journey to the cloud last year, Oldcastle has been building data services and products in AWS using Snowflake and Matillion. Listen in to hear their approach to acquiring data, putting the right design in place, automation perspectives, and how they're tackling other data challenges. Show Notes: Watch a recent webinar with Hashmap and Oldcastle on being Data-Driven: https://youtu.be/AP6vq5r7MPo Check out Rashmi's Netflix recommendation: Manifest On tap for today's episode: Homemade Spiced Chai Tea Latte & Republic of Chai Tea Contact Us: https://www.hashmapinc.com/reach-out
Ten years ago, Data Science was considered a niche crossover subject straddling statistics, mathematics and computing, taught at a handful of universities. Today, its importance to the world of business and commerce is well established, and there are many routes, including online courses and on-the-job training, that can equip us to apply these principles. This has led to the much-discussed "democratization" of data science, which we will undoubtedly see impact many of the trends mentioned in this episode, in 2022 and beyond. By keeping on top of trends in data analytics, and adjusting their models to fit current standards, creators can make their work truly invaluable. Don't miss this week's episode, as Felipe closes this three-part series for the Top 5 Data and Analytics AI Trends to watch for 2022. Whether these data analysis and AI trends inspire you to brainstorm new models or update the existing ones in your toolkit, the choice is entirely yours. Thanks to our sponsor, Talent Insights Group! Read the full podcast episode summary here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/datafuturology/message
Peter Fishman ("Fish"), co-founder and CEO of Mozart Data, had a vision for making it easy for any business to unlock the value of their data via a modern data stack. He and his co-founder believe rote data engineering work shouldn't require teams of in-house data engineers. Fish turned his PhD in Economics and passion for statistics into a successful, venture-backed YC company that is defining the future of data analytics.Listen and learn...Why Fish believes "not every business gets value out of their data... but every business can."The role of data pipelines in automating the cleaning and transforming of data.Fish's prediction for where humans will be needed for data analysis in a decade.What Fish learned working with David Sacks at Yammer.How bacon hot sauce inspired the founding of Mozart Data.References in this episode:Barr Moses from Monte Carlo on AI and the Future of WorkDerek Steer from Mode on AI and the Future of WorkFivetran for simplifying data integration
In this episode of the Transition, I'm joined by Marine Veteran James Suh, Founder of Nashville Analytics, a Nashville based analytics firm, and more recently Taco Diplomacy, a pop-up taco shop and soon to be restaurant, committed to bringing the world together, one taco at a time. Be sure to subscribe to the Transition Newsletter on Substack here: https://bit.ly/37Bb8Ne Follow Taco Diplomacy on Instagram here: https://bit.ly/3plRY7z Check out the 2021 Bunker Labs Holiday Gift Guide here: https://bit.ly/3nYoVoC
The end of the year is a time not just for predictions of top trends but also to watch for the biggest hype and most misleading recommendations that get dished out to business leaders. There's no scarcity of these in the artificial intelligence (AI) space. Data Science and AI are two of the fastest-growing areas within the technology industry. It also changes the way we approach data and analytics in both the workplace and in our day-to-day lives. Felipe's roundup of the top data analytics and AI trends for 2022 and beyond should give our creators a good idea of where the industry is heading. Enjoy the show! Thanks to our sponsor Talent Insights Group! Read the podcast full summary here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/datafuturology/message
One of the perennial challenges of data analytics is having a consistent set of definitions, along with a flexible and performant API endpoint for querying them. In this episode Artom Keydunov and Pavel Tiunov share their work on Cube.js and the various ways that it is being used in the open source community.
In today's show, Pancham interviews Stefan Tsvetkov - founder of RealtyQuant, multifamily investor, analytics speaker, and live webinar host. Achieving financial independence is a natural goal for real estate investors but for Stefan, making more equity was his stepping stone to start his own company and make his own investments! With his financial engineering background, he was able to provide value in the real estate industry through data analytics, technology, and quantitative techniques! In this episode, learn how data can be the key to successful investments as he shares the concept of data-driven investing. He'll also share his analytical skills as he breaks down the data-driven system for investing, how you can see and predict the valuation of the properties, and how analyzing the market is very useful. Listen and enjoy the show! Quote: “I've been very happy to be able to do that and be able to transition to a new field and being a private investor and being an entrepreneur. I quite like the dynamic versus working for income.” Timestamped Shownotes: 0:41 - Pancham introduces Stefan to the show 1:49 - His natural transition from financial engineering to real estate investing 9:08 - Data-driven investing and being more than just figures 13:35 - The benefit of using Automated Valuation Model when investing 16:10 - How data analysis helps identify potentially good investments 20:14 - Market analysis and why its data is very significant 25:37 - The best-performing markets to look out for based on market analytics 31:44 - Taking the Leap Round 31:44 - His 1st alternative investment outside of Wall Street 32:57 - Overcoming his fear by studying each investment details 33:58 - How his property investment didn't go as expected 34:33 - Why investors should understand the investments and its market evaluation 36:26 - How you can enroll in his Data-driven Real Estate Investing Course 3 Key Points: Data-driven investing is a system that imports data into quantitative methods and is able to pull big amounts of data to process and that can be analyzed. By collecting these numbers and being able to do the algorithm for data-driven investing, you can now have an estimate and track whether it has good valuation and value-add. Analyzing the market is driven by real estate fundamentals such as income, housing supply, and operations. Thus, knowing and comparing the data from different states helps. Get in Touch: Enroll now in their Data-driven Real Estate Investing Course at https://www.realtyquant.com/academy RealtyQuant Market Analytics Reports and Data - https://www.realtyquant.com/analytics RealtyQuant Website - https://www.realtyquant.com/ Stefan Tsvetkov LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/stefantsvetkov/ The Gold Collar Investor Club - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - firstname.lastname@example.org