Search engines are often the first place we start when trying to determine "how to" do something we don't know much about. Searching the web does not always return the best results as there are often a number of steps involved in learning "how to" do something. We then have to figure out the proper "how to" steps and piece them together. Koonji, a community-driven site, is on a mission to change this by providing users with easy to follow, step-by-step guides to the most common activities. The Koonji community helps generate these guides by contributing the appropriate steps, recommended links and tips. Koonji is like Cliff Notes on the web.
Like Topix, Digg and many other web 2.0 sites, Koonji appears to be
positioning itself to generate revenue from contextual advertising on
its niche landing pages and help some people find just
what they are looking for along the way. Whether you are looking to Make Money from Blogs or Make a Turkish Coffee, Koonji could become a valuable resource if the community continues to grow and contribute to bulk up the number of rich wiki-like pages.