Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the subject notable?
We will provide a free assessment to determine if your subject will pass Wikipedia’s notability requirements. A person or organization is only considered notable if they have received multiple significant coverage in several reliable independent media sources such as well-known magazines or newspapers. If notable, we will provide a Wikipedia article creation estimate for your consideration. Contact us today to get started.
Why is it important to have a Wikipedia Page?
Wikipedia is the seventh most visited page on the Internet. Wikipedia is accessed worldwide nearly 3,000 times per second. Wikipedia is one of the most viewed websites on the Internet with over 400 million unique users each month. Due to Wikipedia’s high domain authority (100) when searching for any topic, business or person, Wikipedia is typically the top result in nearly every search. Without a Wikipedia page, your digital footprint is incomplete. By having a Wikipedia page, your brand’s credibility and visibility increases by a significant factor.
Who Qualifies for Wikipedia?
Many restricting guidelines dictate the creation of Wikipedia pages. Any subject that Wikipedia deems as notable is qualified for a Wikipedia page.
What is a reliable, independent source?
When creating a Wikipedia page, you must prove you are notable by providing evidence that you’re noteworthy. Significant coverage from independent and reliable sources, such as news and media outlets, establish your notability and make you eligible for a Wikipedia page. Self-published material such as press releases or personal blog posts does not assist in proving your notability.
Do you Qualify for a Wikipedia profile?
Have you or your company received significant press or media coverage by neutral, reputable third party sources? If so, you may qualify for a Wikipedia profile.Wikipedia content is a by-product of what the press , media or academic community is writing about a subject and aims to be a neutral compilation of verifiable, established facts. Blogs, press releases, product information or self-published materials cannot be used to qualify for notability. Contact US for a complimentary assessment to establish if you qualify for an entry on the seventh most popular site on the Internet.
Who is Wikipedia?
Wikipedia is a multilingual free encyclopedia owned by a non-profit organization called Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. The articles themselves are free content, available for creation, editing, use and re-use by anyone in the world under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license.