Tech Geek and More
The site started in 2009 as a way to “Help Make Tech Easy”. Many technology sites write using a lot of “Geek” terms that the average person just doesn’t understand, while Tech Geek and More focuses on explaining things in a simple, normal way that even the least technical person could understand.
Over the years, Tech Geek and More has grown to the point where the site now averages 20,000 visitors and over 80,000 pageviews a month. According to Google Analytics stats, Tech Geek and More, has reach the milestone of over 1,000,000 pageviews.
From the start of Tech Geek and More, I promised myself that Tech Geek and More would not do all those things that drive me nuts when I web surf. I did NOT and do NOT want pop up ad’s, pop under ad’s, ad banners in the middle of the a post (where you see an ad between each paragraph on a post), for any ad’s that are shown to be confused for something other than an ad, or for the site to look like a NASCAR driver uniform .
Unfortunately, all those things that drive me crazy on other sites are there for those sites to make money. With Tech Geek and More not doing those things, we have limited a revenue stream, and it does take money to keep a site running.
Up to now, it has been a combination of donations from visitors and using money from my “real job” that has financed operations at Tech Geek and More. Unfortunately, I lost my “Real Job” last month, so I now need to the help of Teach Geek and More readers more than ever.
If any of the posts or pages on Tech Geek and More have helped you, would you please consider taking a few seconds to donate to Tech Geek and More. As I just said above, I know I’m not the only one with financial issues due to a job loss. If you are struggling making ends meet, I completely understand (and I’m rooting for you to succeed), but if you can affording anything at all, every penny is appreciated
Tech Geek and More uses PayPal for its donations. You can use all major credit cards, or funds from an existing PayPal account to pay for the donation. International donations are also accepted via PayPal (converted to $US). All donations will help pay for upcoming hosting and domain name charges, as well as pay for future enhancements to the site.