Photo by Jazmin Quaynor (https://unsplash.com/@jazminantoinette)

15 most accessed DIY websites according to Amazon (till August 2016)

  1. Instructable – documentation platform where people share what they do and how they do it
  2. Ehow – Provides concise how-to articles written by professionals and users
  3. Diynetwork – Information for projects featured on their TV programs
  4. Today.com/Home – Specializing in decorating and gardening, with online tools and message board
  5. Diynot – Forums and a collection of tips and articles in home improvement
  6. Howcast – Offers user-submitted how-to videos and guides
  7. Getridofthings – A broad spectrum of humorous articles focusing on pest control, stain removal, bad smells, heal, computer repair and some other domestic topics
  8. Acme howto – Articles on tasks and repairs around the home and garden
  9. How to do things – Directory that provides a wide variety of do-it-yourself tips and tutorials
  10. Practicaldiy – Source of practical guides for Do-It-Yourself home build and repair activities.
  11. Onthehouse – Provides a variety of money-saving tips on building, remodeling and repairing homes.
  12. Daveosborne – Features articles and plans for the do it yourself on home renovations and home repair
  13. Yourepair.com – Helping people fix things around the house or understanding what a contractor will do to solve
  14. Bejane – A home improvement resource and community for DIY projects, home repair, painting, plum
  15. Tensquaremetres – A photographic diary of a DIY project to extend a house by ten square metres.

 

Photo by Jazmin Quaynor

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