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wikiHow in the Press

According to Fast Company, wikiHow is a company “with an enduring impact on the world” as a World Changing Idea finalist.
According to Mother Jones, “wikiHow is the ultimate pandemic hero because it’s utilitarian, earnest... and willing to laugh at itself.”
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wikiHow's Collaboration with United Nations Verified

  • Verified is a United Nations initiative aimed at delivering trusted information and life-saving advice. Together, Verified and wikiHow provide fact-based, expert-backed information on topics such as COVID-19 safety, responsible Internet use, and more.

wikiHow’s How to Fight Misinformation Online course, developed in partnership with United Nations Verified, was honored as a world-changing innovation by Fast Company

  • As a 2022 World Changing Idea finalist, wikiHow has been honored as a company with enduring impact on the world. wikiHow’s groundbreaking course on misinformation, developed in partnership with the United Nations, has empowered thousands of people to help slow the spread of harmful information online. With this award, wikiHow joined the ranks of other trailblazing organizations at the forefront of world-changing innovation for the good of society and the planet.

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wikiHow is a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business

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Who are the experts reviewing wikiHow’s articles?

Meet some of the 1000+ expert co-authors who contribute their knowledge to wikiHow by reviewing articles, answering user questions, and sharing tips.

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wikiHow was featured on Bloomberg TV's The American Dream

🤥😇🧐 wikiHow, and the story behind its founding, was featured on a 2021 Bloomberg TV show The American Dream, a series showcasing examples of entrepreneurial success. Hosted by Oscar nominated actor Eric Roberts, The American Dream inspires its audience with stories of how simple ideas, along with big dreams, can create profitable businesses that also have profound global impact.

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