Nine Zero

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Hello All,

So I joined this forum back in 2016 and since then have learned SO MUCH INFORMATION that has helped me and now I am able to help others that were lie me before i joined here. It has been an awesome ride and I really enjoy it. With that being said I have been thinking about making a Youtube channel dedicated to simple Excel tutorials. I know there are already a bunch of them but sometimes people like to look for the most recent videos and like any other technology, things tend to change. So I would like to like I said make some tutorials but a friend of mine told me to do 3 levels of experience. So basically Beginner, Intermediate, Expert or where Beginner would be mainly formulas, Intermediate would be nesting formulas, CF, pivot tables and more, Expert would be as far as some VBA, Userforms, and more.

Any input would be great!

thank you all
 

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Archangelos

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Well, it's not a bad idea.

To have different videos for different levels of experience is a necessary. You can't follow the same approach for both an experienced and a newbie.

If you have any special tricks in your arsenal you can do videos for experienced users.

One important parameter that you should deal with is the audio level. Many videos have an annoyingly low level. Even if you adjust the volume of the speakers to the maximum you hear nothing. This is a good reason not to get any views.

Apart from the level, watch your language. I do not mean not to say bad words but to make good use of English. Nobody expects perfect English but it has to be understandable. Your voice also has to be clear.
 

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