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At wikiHow does a community of knowledge philanthropists  together to this world. We are driven by a shared passion to create high-quality to a set of instructions. We continue to improve every article until we think it’s the most useful step-by-step instruction is that you can find anywhere on that subject.
Although we are aware that achieving this ambitious goal will take years, we find it a nice thought that we are already
every day, millions of people
what we do wikiHow is a collaborative effort to create the world’s most useful instructions. Just like Wikipedia is wikiHow a wiki, which means that anyone can write or edit an article on the site. Thousands of people from all over the world have with each other for more than 180,000 wikiHow articles written. On the English site is the counter now on 2.478 articles. More than 35 million people per month read wikiHow according to Google Analytics, Quantcast indicates that we are number 150 on the list of the most popular websites.
We are currently working on building versions of wikiHow in the Dutch, English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French and Italian. We hope in the end in the near future wikiHow available in many more languages.
who we are a lively or writers and editors from dozens of countries are at the heart of wikiHow. Anyone who contributes to wikiHow does this because it is so much fun. Other known reasons why people like to contribute are the desire to help others, the satisfaction of working together to build something that you never could reach only the feeling it gives when your work is being read by a huge audience and the will to develop skills where you have something in the real world, like good writing and leadership.
The wikiHow-founder Jack Herrick and a small group of full-time paid staff help wikiHow to continue developing. Our headquarters is a House (really!)
in Palo Alto, California.
works Because everyone How wikiHow wikiHow is edited by the content changes daily. Each operation can be viewed on our list of recent changes, which is constantly being monitored. Recent changes restore voluntary inspectors less good edits on a quick way. Several features that help monitor the quality ensure that each article keeps getting better, as more and more people contribute their own unique knowledge and skills.
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