AoF 23: Growing a data community to 200K Followers in 2 years w/ Mike Delgado of Experian

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Have you ever thought about starting your own data community? Ever wondered what really goes into it? Data communities are hot and have become the number one source for learning and networking! 

Our guest today talks to us about exactly how he grew Experian’s online data community from zero to 200K followers in two years. Mike Delgado is the host of the popular Experian #DataTalk Show, where he interviews the top data scientist and data rockstars via facebook live on the globe. In this BI masterclass, he shares his unique start in data, how Experian’s switch to being data-driven was a game-changer, and how he continues to grow the #DataTalk show amidst high competition.  You don’t want to miss it! 

"Just because you're a part of the (data) community, doesn't mean you're engaging.” – 41:50



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3 Knowledge Bombs

  • Being "data-driven" is key to a successful business.
  • It's not about the amount of people, it's about the level and quality of engagement.
  • Find a way to talk things out. Have an outside point of view that's objective to point out ways in which you can improve.

In this episode, you'll learn:

  • [04:07]  - Mike shares his experience in Experian's marketing team and how its data focused.
  • [05:39]  - Mike talks about the importance around story.
  • [13:20] - Shares an interesting hobby with us, and a job with Nickelodeon.
  • [16:10]  - Mike shares the details of his famous Data Talk Show, its purpose, and sharing the story of Experian.
  • [21:08]  - Mike explains what it means to o be "data-driven at Experian.
  • [26:45]  - Mike's AHA moment- "first gut reaction was not correct."
  • [39:00]  - Learn the exact steps and advice Mike gives to someone that's looking to build a data community within their company.
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“Building a (data) community in your company is the key to sustainable data-driven cultures.” – 38:39

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As the Co-founder and CEO of BI Brainz, I've been in the Business Intelligence/Analytics industry since 2009. Trained 10K+ using our methodologies and frameworks! I love our amazing team and community! I share my passion for data to 20,000+ followers via the Analytics on Fire Podcast, our BI Brainz academy, blog, social media, global keynotes, training, and workshops. Our model is simple. We take what is successful for our customers and teach it! I'm a bonafide beach bum on days off!
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