Welcome to Help Desk Geek – a blog full of help desk tips for technically-savvy consumers and IT Professionals.
My name is Aseem Kishore and I am a full-time professional blogger. Previously, I worked in the IT industry for over 15 years.
I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA, in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. I am married to my wonderful wife Malini and live in Maryland.
In my free time, I enjoy time with my kids, reading, outdoor activities and getting more certifications under my belt.
Why Help Desk Geek?
The main purpose of this site is to provide readers with daily computer tutorials, technology news, software reviews, and personal computing tips.
Can you email me questions?
Of course! The best way to contact me is via e-mail at email@example.com. Feel free to shoot me a question on any topic related to computers. Sometimes I get a bunch of emails, so it may take a day or two to get back in contact with you. I’ll be incorporating technical forums into my blog eventually.
Also, check out my Google+ profile for more information about me.
Can I write articles for Help Desk Geek?
Absolutely. Contact me and I’ll email you instructions on what I’m looking for and how to get started. While it will be difficult to select everyone, if you have a flair for technology, software, Web 2.0 sites, etc, you’ll be a great fit!
How many People Visit Help Desk Geek?
As of right now, I currently average around 25,000 visitors a day and about 1,000,000 page views every month. Most traffic comes from the US and India, with the United Kingdom coming in third place. About 80% of my traffic comes from search engines and the rest is either direct or by referral.
Is there any other way to connect with you?
Of course, otherwise I would not be a “computer” guy! You can connect with me on all of the following services:
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