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Whether it’s editing an existing Wikipedia company page or building a new one, NetReputation is here to help. Our Wikipedia experts deliver professional, detailed Wikipedia creation and improvement services that elevate your business and bottom line.
If you have a business Wikipedia page that’s under attack or just needs an update, we’re here to:
Our Wikipedia creation experts can develop a new Wikipedia page for your business if your brand or topic meets current Wikipedia guidelines (such as topic notability).
If your topic does not match up with current guidelines, we offer a range of services to help improve Wiki notability and worthiness. These include:
Often, your Wikipedia page will come under attack by disgruntled customers, ex-employees, and competitors looking to hurt your business reputation and online credibility. To combat that threat, we provide:
Creating a Wikipedia page or editing an article can be done by anyone. But while how-tos and step-by-step blogs make it look easy, it really isn't.
Fortunately, at NetReputation.com, we’ve helped businesses build professional Wikipedia pages for years, and our results speak for themselves.
We work with several proven Wikipedia editors. Many complete page edits at no cost, motivated only by the opportunity to make Wikipedia better.
A Wikipedia editor’s value is generally based on experience. Those with many edits under their belt are usually the most valuable. Typically, this includes editors who haven’t been flagged by other Wikipedia editors and who use verified accounts instead of anonymous web addresses. They also tend to be genuinely interested in improving the site.
At NetReputation, we only work with experienced Wikipedia editors who are comfortable with what they’re editing and disclosing who they are.
Wikipedia page edits are best done by those who know the subject matter. This is because other editors monitor and analyze pages regularly. And when they find an edit completed by someone who’s “unqualified,” they’re likely to flag that person and the change in question.
We work with editors who not only know the subject but who stand behind their edits and know how to make them stick.FREE ANALYSIS
Some Wikipedia editing services rush edits through, which can quickly hurt their efforts and create more harm for their clients.
But at NetReputation, we understand that every edit and page requires its own unique approach to succeed. This is why we customize page editing and creation strategies to each unique situation, ensuring the best opportunity to achieve the best outcome possible.
We keep a close eye on your Wikipedia page to monitor for changes. When someone makes a change, we alert you instantly. This allows you to take action fast and protect your business before things have a chance to worsen.
Once notability and references are verified, we seek out trusted Wikipedia members to peer review our changes. We don’t move forward with edits or new profile creation without the approval of experienced Wikipedia editors.
It’s true that you can create a Wikipedia page for free. But without the right expertise or editing experience, that page will likely be removed by Wikipedia itself. And once your article is taken down, it can be a significant challenge to re-publish it.
Without the right amount of notability, it’ll be hard, if not impossible, to build a business page on Wikipedia. But if your brand is notable enough, and you’re doing work to improve it even more, you have a much better shot at getting published on the site.
If your brand is almost notable or close enough, we can help you get a page on Wikipedia.
Notable, verifiable references are key to getting new Wikipedia pages to stick. If your new page doesn’t have these references, it will likely be removed in a hurry. But if your business has enough notability, we have the resources to improve these references, develop brand exposure, and Wikipedia credibility.
Absolutely. Wikipedia features pages in more than 300 languages. NetReputation can help edit and publish pages in most major languages. We specialize in helping brands edit and create Wikipedia profiles for languages spoken around the globe.
Yes. Like anybody else, Wikipedia editors have social and political views. And sometimes, these opinions make their way into their edits.
This most often happens for Wikipedia articles concerning controversial or hot-button topics. And while Wikipedia does its best to encourage neutrality, getting there isn’t always easy. That’s why NetReputation devotes time to research and making neutrality corrections when needed.
Usually, yes. Businesses engulfed in or tied to certain religious, political, or environmental controversies tend to attract less neutral editors. For the most part, these are everyday Wikipedia editors with a passion for the topic. Some, however, may even be brand critics or “paid” actors, such as competitors, rivals, or activists.
Often, such detractors don’t disclose their purpose or that they have been paid to alter your page, making them hard to weed out. Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon practice.
Several key issues tend to draw the most attention on Wikipedia. Editing and improving these pages can be extremely difficult. And if your business is somehow surrounded by one of these issues, it will likely require extensive or ongoing repair:
Wikipedia does indeed ask paid editors to disclose that fact. But this is more or less a good faith request and not strictly enforced. And because their edits will likely be erased when they do disclose, there is little-to-no incentive to do so.
You can generally spot a notable reference source if it has its own Wikipedia profile.
One example is the Washington Post, which has its own page. On the other hand, a fringe publication or rumor-mill site likely won’t.
Regardless, Wikipedia edits supported by disreputable or weak references (those without a Wikipedia page) will likely be removed quickly.
We only write Wikipedia pages once the business or subject matter is notable enough to pass the Wikipedia smell test. To be notable enough, a brand or topic must have “significant coverage.”
According to the Wikipedia website, "significant coverage" includes any mention that directly addresses the topic.
While these must be more than cursory mentions, they don’t need to be the reference’s primary focus. If there is enough significant coverage to validate the article, notability is established. But if not, the page will probably be deleted.
NetReputation works with experienced business article editors who understand Wikipedia’s editing process and have a real interest in improving the site. If your brand already has a Wikipedia article up, chances are good it can be revised.
However, when a Wikipedia profile can’t be edited, it is generally because it is under constant scrutiny by brand critics or bad actors. There may also be others protecting it, making it a challenge to make any changes.
We utilize a unique editing process, beginning with creating an article that involves your input and review. We then work with experienced editors to peer review the article and ensure notability. These editors make recommendations on how to go from there.
Then, you are provided the article for review. Once it goes up on the site, we work with subject matter experts to update and revise the page as needed.
We work with Wikipedia editors to make pages better. This includes better accuracy, organization, sources, and neutrality.
Our goal is to edit Wikipedia pages (and have those articles peer-reviewed) in a way that improves each article and can be done without charge. Unfortunately, the site is highly unpredictable.
Wikipedia editors often face the danger of suspension for editing pages and improving Wikipedia whether they’re paid or not. Because of this risk, some editors desire to be paid.
Every editor we work with may refuse to make changes they don’t believe in. The end result is that our editors tend to stand behind any revisions they make.
Wikipedia tends to look down on companies and business owners publishing their own profiles. In nearly every case, these pages are erased almost immediately. And once deleted, it’s a much bigger challenge to create a page down the road.
However, if your brand is notable enough, a third-party service can develop your profile. Notability is essential.
It is hard to know when you have the notability to create a Wikipedia page and get it to stick. Our rule of thumb is for there to be at least ten notable third-party articles posted somewhere online. Assets like press releases, business websites, and social media mentions tend not to count.
Another good thing to look for is any publications or authoritative mentions that are already on Wikipedia.
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