Excel Superstars you need to be following
Why you need more Excel Superstars!!
For a long time now, I have been helping you become an awesome Excel user. Here at The Excel Club we produce educational articles and videos and the sole aim has been to help you. We have even tried to be innovative, and are the first Excel Blog in the world where you can Earn while you Learn.
But there is still a gap. Excel is massive and there is always so much to cover and new things happening. Even I have to learn this stuff somewhere and I don’t always have the answers. Stuff like VBA I hardly ever cover. Its not up my ally. And there are way more experienced people that can help you with this and give you alternative insights to the stuff I do cover.
So, with that in mind, and not wanting to bombard you with two many resources, I have complied a list of the top Excel dudes and dudesses that I tend to stalk. If it wasn’t for many of these people, I wouldn’t have the knowledge that I do have. From Youtube Channels to Blogs. These are hot resources.
This list is in no particular order and I would love, if in the comments section below, if you could tell me what Excel superstars you follow and why? And a shout out to the Excel Experts I have and have not mentioned, thank you for doing what you do as you make learning Excel fun and exciting.
15 Excel Superstars you need to be following
- Excel for Freelancers is the place to be if you want to learn about Dashboards and VBA. Randy Austin also publishes videos on running an Excel business.
- Excel University by Jeff Lenning is an amazing blog to follow. The posts are often part of a deep dive series.
- Excel is on Fire Youtube Channel by Oz Du Soleil is both entertaining and educational. Oz is an amazing presenter and shows such passion when he explains Excel stuff. If you have not checked out his videos yet, you really have too.
- Excel Unusual by George Lungu looks a Science, Engineering and Games in Excel. This is a great blog to visit for something different.
- Bill Jelen AKA Mr. Excel is a family favorite. Both the website Mr Excel and the Youtube channel are well worth subscribing too. I have to admit, this was one of the first Excel dudes I ever followed and its always a place I return to.
- Debra Dalgleish runs Contextures blog which has great Excel tips and tutorials for users of all levels. You can also skip straight to her Youtube channel
- Ken Puls is an accountant like my self. His blog Excelguru.ca is an amazing wealth of Excel and Excel Power Tool information. There is also an active forum. If you want to learn Excel, this is a site you can not miss out on visiting.
- Are you trying to learn or improve your VBA skills? Then a great site to visit is Ryan Wells on Wellsr.com. You will find everything from tutorial to cheat sheets
- Are you loving Excel Power Tools like me? Power Pivot, Power Query and more so Power B. Then PowerPivotPro is the website to visit. I am sure you will find Rob Collie to be a familiar face and there are other awesome experts also on the team.
- Stephanie Evergreen shares her knowledge on Data visualizations and Excel Charting on her blog stephanieevergreen
- Leila Gharani has an awesome Youtube channel for Excel users of all levels. combine with here blog xelplus you will find almost everything you need to learn about excel here.
- If you are looking to get really detailed Excel resources, then you should visit the Earn & Excel blog by Sohail Anwar. Sohail is also the host of the 2019 Online Excel Summit
- Yolanda Cuesta has an amazing Spanish Excel and Power BI blog. excelcontabilidadytic translates well with Google translate and is for sure worth a visit.
- Excelisfun Youtube channel by Mike Girvin has over 600K subscribers and thousands of videos for Excel users of all levels. This is a channel that you can not miss.
- Frédéric LE GUEN and his blog Excel Exercise is available in both English and French. Frédéric also compliments his blog with a YouTube channel
Lets Grow this list of Excel SuperstarsThere is way more Excel Blogger and Youtubers out there that add amazing value to those wanting to learn Excel. The list above are just a few of the amazing Excel Superstars that you should be following if you want to become an Excel Ninja.
So, what Excel Experts do you follow? drop a link below and tell us why you love this Excel expert. You may earn your self some rewards for doing so.uls
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