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Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

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Apr
2

SWS Computers – A Smarter Way To Compute!

SWS Computers – A Smarter Way To Compute!




Amateur Contact Log



Field Day Contest Log

Welcome! Thanks for visiting our amateur radio software website. I became an amateur radio operator in 1976, at the age of 14 and have been enjoying many facets of amateur radio ever since. I enjoy working contests, making contacts via CW and phone, experimenting with antennas and general tuning around the bands. My lovely XYL, Kimberly, KA3SEQ, is my partner in all the contesting and software endeavors. We also share the hobby of amateur radio with our two sons, Christopher, KB3KCN, and Bradley, KB3MNE.

As an extension of my Amateur Radio hobby, I became interested in computer programming. I wanted to create easy to use software for my station that performed a variety of functions for contesting and general logging. I began in 1997 with a program to log contacts during November Sweepstakes and shared it with local hams. The program was so

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Apr
2

Pirates of the Caribbean | Official Website

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Apr
2

Microsoft Excel for SEOs | distilled

Table of Contents

Excel for SEO is a guide we wrote up to help SEO professionals get meaningful information from mountains of data.

This guide was originally written to be read from start to finish, as some examples are worked on through different lessons. That said, you should be able to jump ahead if you feel like you’ve got the basics down.

Please report any errors or confusing stuff to one of the Twitter accounts on the right and we’ll be sure to fix it right up.

Feel free to download the XLS with the data from the examples.



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Introduction

SEOs have been getting into our industry from all sorts of past careers — web designers, developers, marketers, business people and those that “just

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Apr
2

the Open Broadband Speed Test

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