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Letter to All Bloggers, Consultants, Graduates and Job Seekers

This is about how to boost your analytic career and/or revenue by leveraging our professional network to the fullest extent.

We invite you to post blogs, or participate in forums (including answering questions asked by peers) on DataScienceCentral andAnalyticBridge. Good contributions (no spam, not commercial) get featured, re-posted in our weekly digest sent to more than 100,000 big data and analytic practitioners, and are typically read by thousands of highly targeted people.

Our weekly digest reaches far more professionals than all other analytic associations / websites combined including KDNuggets, SmartDataCollective, ASA, INFORMS, Digital Analytics Association, etc. Featured contributions attract considerable attention (including from hiring managers) and have helped many contributors found a new position or unexpected revenue streams such as:

  • being paid for posting blogs,
  • obtain a grant for a PhD program,
  • consulting gigs,
  • invited as an expert (training, statistical litigation),
  • invited as book co-author,
  • invited speaker at a conference

DataScienceCentral is our hub and covers all topics (visualization, big data, data integration, analytics, new technologies) while AnalyticBridge is more technical and focused on analytics.

Also, our blogs and forums will give you far more visibility than any of our LinkedIn groups, in a spam-free environment. It is the perfect place to boost your analytic career by posting great blogs or contributing to popular threads (some having dozens of comments and more than 30,000 page views).

If you can't post but are looking for a career change, we invite you to visit AnalyticTalent.com. The best strategy is to both post on our network and sign-up with AnalyticTalent - the leading resource for data related jobs.

Best regards,
Vincent Granville, Ph.D.
DataScienceCentral, Co-Founder

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Comment by Ed Dodds on September 10, 2012 at 8:25am

Excellent!

Comment by Vincent Granville on September 10, 2012 at 8:16am

Hi Ed

Each of the 40 members of the month (when we were running the program) did receive one or more of the advantages listed below. One (Ajay) received consulting gigs + money to post blogs + a grant for a PhD in US while living in India, and was invited to write a book on R. Myself I regularly receive proposals from people who don't know me, based on my blog posts (and it includes all the items mentioned in my initial message except a grant for a PhD program). Let's re-start our member of the month program: I'll make an announcement soon, offering the same money award.

That's one more item to add in the list of unexpected revenue streams: award from DSC/AB.

Thanks!

Vincent

Comment by Ed Dodds on September 10, 2012 at 2:50am

OK, in the spirit of analytics driven business decisions, how many of each have occurred thus far:

  • being paid for posting blogs,
  • obtain a grant for a PhD program,
  • consulting gigs,
  • invited as an expert (training, statistical litigation),
  • invited as book co-author,
  • invited speaker at a conference

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