Hi there!

I’m Alex, the guy behind HowMonk.com.

I started this blog to tackle the problem of growing need for quality content on the Internet.

Putting out quality articles requires a bit of effort, time and some skill. As you can see, I write about everything: from helium balloons to virtual debit cards, and that requires a lot of research and digging. Everything about this website is done by my hand alone, from design and technical stuff, to writing and SEO. Can be quite difficult if you have another job as well, but I always give my best.

At the time of starting this blog, Google had a lot of trash blog posts, or just posts that were done poorly.

Since I was already somewhat skilled in research, writing and digital marketing, I thought I’d give it a shot. So I created this blog to try and publish some good, useful content from quality sources, as best as I could (next to my other job). I hoped to test out my skills and to see how Google will react, and to help people find what they were looking for.

Nobody likes fluff language, salesmen, gurus and tricksters. On HowMonk, all posts are genuine and come from real people’s experiences. The goal is to help you, the reader, as much as possible and to answer your questions fully.

Hopefully I succeeded! 🙂

I really hope for you guys to find your answers here, on my blog. I dedicate this website to teaching, knowledge and freedom. My plans for this blog are to monetize it, and some day finance my future with it. I hope to leave my current job, and do some traveling. So thank you to everyone who’s clicking on these pages.

If you need help with setting up your own blog, writing, SEO or just want to connect and collab, email me at any time. I always respond in person.

HowMonk – the smartest monk ever to exist! (not really, but totally – yes!)

Am I a Hero office

These are the patrons of my website:

Monks having fun

These are my brothers:

Monk A, Monk B, Monk C, Monk D, Monk E

My alter ego:

Monk, you call that clean

Ever wondered?

How do buddhist monks send emails

I like this picture:

Group of Young Monks discovers an iPod
Group of Young Monks looking at phone (or is it iPod?)

I have many fears, but:

Monk at least my fears are rational

Monk wisdom #2:

Monk_secret to happiness