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As your building your Wikipedia page, there are several factors that you need to keep in mind. Most importantly, you need to have good, engaging content. Our Wikipedia Content Consultants will optimise your page to:
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Anyone can make a Wikipedia page. However, it takes experts who know the platform inside and out to create a highly engaging, highly converting page. Our content team will go the extra mile to make your Wikipedia page stand out boost your visibility.
With nearly 14 million daily users, Wikipedia remains one of the highest engaging platforms on the Internet.
However, people tend to be quick readers; the average website visitor spends no more than 8 seconds on a page, so it’s important that your content not only informs, but engages.
That’s why we’ve designed a comprehensive results-driven process for creating your Wikipedia content and drawing more brand awareness and web traffic.
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WHY IS WIKIPEDIA RANKED SO HIGHLY ON GOOGLE?
Let’s face it – Wikipedia is the most popular source of information in the world, next to Google themselves. In fact, at least a million people started reading a page in the time it took you to read this paragraph.
With such high traffic, it’s expected for Google to recognize this and place Wikipedia results on their first page of results. If taken advantage of, this can lead to huge benefits to your brand.
Our team of expert Wikipedia consultants at Pearl Lemon will be more than happy to walk you through your individual needs and get the ball rolling!
WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE A WIKIPEDIA EXPERT?
Despite how easy it is to create a Wikipedia page and add content to it, including content that actually engages is another matter entirely. You have to consider things such as users that would make up your target market, the quality of the information and so on.
Having a qualified Wikipedia professional handle your content is a sound investment in your business, as it will functionally pay for itself.
WIKIPEDIA CONTENT FAQ
How do I create a Wikipedia article?
It’s quite simple to create your own Wikipedia article, but in order to do so, you need an account on the website, which is free to sign up for. Once that is made, you can use the Article Wizard to begin.
Why was my article deleted?
As Wikipedia is a public domain, there may be instances in which a page can be deleted by either a moderator, or another user. In this case, you will find the reason in italics.
Should you disagree, you can click on the ‘Talk’ link on the page and send a message.
How many pages are there on Wikipedia?
Since Wikipedia is the world’s largest encyclopedia on the Internet, there are millions of pages on the platform. To be precise, there are currently 5,854,270 articles on the English form of the site.
Can I Edit An Article Anonymously?
It is possible to edit any article on Wikipedia anonymously.
However, doing this will record your IP address as the “author” of the edits. By leaving this unchecked, this can be potentially traced back to you.
Can I Test My Article On Wikipedia?
Yes, you can create a test article to determine how it can work on the platform. This is the purpose of the Wikipedia Sandbox which anyone can easily access.
Is There A Word Count For My Article?
As Wikipedia pages over a wide variety of topics, there is no real limit to the words on an article.
However, there is a recommended word count of 5,000 for the average Wikipedia article. Any longer would require multiple headings and further editing.
How do I Upload Pictures To Wikipedia?
In order to post pictures to the platform, you first must have the right to do so under the GNU Free Documentation License, an acceptable Creative Commons license or another free license. This means that either you created the picture and therefore own the copyright, or it is in the public domain. If you have a registered account that is four days old with at least ten edits, you can use Wikipedia:File Upload Wizard to upload the image to Wikipedia, including it in wiki pages by including its file name, the thumbnail option, and a caption:
How Can I See The Amount Of Views On My Article?
Unfortunately, there is no set way to see the amount of views of an article. There is an official “Wikipedia Article Traffic Statistics” report that can be used for a general idea.
Can I Delete Uploaded Media?
Only the administrators of Wikipedia can delete uploads, but you can upload a new item with the same name, thereby replacing the old one.
Is It Against Wikipedia's Terms To Have A Paid Writer?
It depends on the nature of the editing. Paying to paint a company in an unfair light, or paying for the use of Wikipedia administrative tools completely violates their Terms of Service.
Is There Any Copyright Tied To A Wikipedia Article?
The text of Wikipedia is covered by the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License (CC-BY-SA) and, in most cases, the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) (unversioned, with no invariant sections, front-cover texts, or back-cover texts). Images are covered by various free licenses. Unless the article you want to copy to Wikipedia is covered by CC-BY-SA, a CC-BY-SA-compatible license or is in the public domain, it cannot be used on Wikipedia.
Can I link to external sites on Wikipedia?
External links are certainly allowed. Properly used, they increase the usability of Wikipedia. Keep in mind, however, that Wikipedia is not a web directory; external links should support the content of the article, not replace it.
What is a stub?
An stub is an article that no other article links to. Such articles can be found on Wikipedia, but it is preferable that another article should link to each article.
What Is The Difference Between A Page And An Article?
The term “page” encompasses all the material on Wikipedia, including encyclopedia topics, talk pages, documentation, and special pages. “Article” is a narrower term referring to a page containing an encyclopedia entry. Thus, all articles are pages, but not all pages are articles.
Can My Article Be Rejected On Wikipedia?
As Wikipedia has countless guidelines to dictate the use of content, there can be instance in which your article is rejected. This can vary from the possible controversy of the topic to the formatting.
Our qualified Wikipedia consultants are committed to creating your Wikipedia page to conform to Wikipedia’s rules.