February 2009’s Most Popular Posts
February 2009 has been the most successful month since we started PHD. We had 144k page views from 61k people in the 28 days. We have added almost 500 RSS subscribers in this month. We had 21 posts and 298 comments. It is overwhelming by any scale.
And I am very very thankful to our community. You constantly inspire me to learn and share. Thank you.
Here is a list of most popular stuff from February 2009.
1. PHD launched Excel Formula Helper E book, and it sells like hot cakes, still!
2. Tweet from Excel – Write your own twitter client using VBA and Twitter API [17 Comments]
3. Remove Duplicates using Pivot Tables [15 comments]
4. Four simple ways to tackle worksheet mess, none of them is drinking coffee [8 comments]
5. What our readers think about pie charts [7 comments]
What is in store for March ?
We will be having the interview with John Walkenbach [submit your questions, time is ticking], New and exciting charting tricks, anniversary of conditional formatting rock star post and Excel noob week. So stay tuned, stay productive.
PHD Needs your Help
If you like the PHD, please, Share it with a friend or Bookmark this on Delicious or Stumble it!, because it will make my day
You can keep up to date with PHD by subscribing to our RSS Feed or E-mail News Letter or following us on Twitter
Share your suggestions, comments, post ideas or questions with me via comments or email me at chandoo.d @ gmail.com. PHD wishes you a rocking March 🙂
My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.
I hope you enjoyed this article. Visit Excel for Beginner or Advanced Excel pages to learn more or join my online video class to master Excel.
Thank you and see you around.
Leave a Reply
|« 5 Areas where Mouse Kicks Keyboard’s Butt||Japanese Candlestick Chart – Excel Tutorial »|