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  1. Andy Black

    How to create NEAT Excel spreadsheets - that other people can understand and use!

    I created this 6 minute video last night because I watched the top ranked Excel video on YouTube (that has nearly 7 million views!) - and learning NOTHING in the first 6 minutes (as I complained here). I hope my video helps! What's your takeaways? What will you do different going forward...
  2. Andy Black

    Using Pivot-Tables to analyse Google Ads data

    MARKETING 
    I spent a couple of hours this morning analysing someone's Google Ads account. Below are the main slides. There's no surprises... it's what I expected to see anyway. The only caveat is that I'm not sure how well conversions are being tracked. This just shows the power of being able to...
  3. Roland

    Map your project and follow it up

    Hi all, I work with Excel pretty much every day and have recently been asked if I had a tool to keep track of progress made on projects (one of my businesses offers project management consultancy). I shared one of the tools I use to manage my own and my customers' projects and I thought that...
  4. Millenial_Kid5K1

    [HOW TO] NPV Tables For Making Decisions

    INVESTING 
    Hello all, I wanted to share one of my favorite tools for making financial decisions: Net present value (NPV) tables. What you can do with an NPV table: Compare two options where money is the only deciding factor, e.g.: Deciding what car to buy Deciding whether to buy a house or rent Deciding...
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