How-To Geek is one of the top 500 websites in the US and is an online technology magazine.
The site's 10,000+ in-depth posts have been read over 1 billion times since it was founded more than a decade ago. Every month, more than 15 million people read their posts.
Owing to its distinctive voice, readers enjoy How-To Nerd. When your machine is not running properly, you need to do something mechanical, or you want to understand the new gadgets, this website is helpful.
In simple, approachable language, they describe it all. They use a wide variety of screenshots that make technological procedures easy to understand while presenting guidance.
How-To Geek has been recommended by business organisations like the Wi-Fi Alliance and publications like The New York Times as an expert guide. For their valuable users, organisations such as the BBC and Wirecutter have led their readers to How-to-Geek.
Technology news sites such as Techmeme, The Verge, Slate, Digital Trends, TechCrunch, and the Daring Fireball of John Gruber have connected to their articles. Douglas Rushkoff, a media theory professor at the City University of New York's Queens College and a CNN blogger, has cited them as a source in books such as Team Person.
For everything from university textbooks to late-night TV, How-To Geek has been used as a resource.