What is Wikipedia?
Wikipedia, at its core, is an encyclopedia. It brings plethora of knowledge and ideas to millions of students, researchers, academics, and life-long learners around the world. However, there is also no denying that Wikipedia is one of the most visited websites in the world, and can greatly enhance the reputation of a business, a product, or a famous personality. We, at Succinct Social Media, understand that, and our team of highly trained editors and writers are here to help you realize your dream of having a Wikipedia page.
Why You Should Have a Wikipedia Page ?
Having a Wikipedia page is your choice. There, are however, a number of reasons for having a Wikipedia page. These are:
Quite a few things go into a Wikipedia page, and perhaps the biggest test to pass is the so-called “notability test”. Essentially, the thing with Wikipedia—something that can be rejected epistemologically—is hyperneuatrality. It is understandable that we live in a world filled with biases, and neutrality, the kind Wikipedia conditions might not always be achievable. But, that is what is required in order to get a page published. Much of the chances for approval depend on verifiable and independent links—that is it. One important note here to make is that Wikipedia—being an encyclopedia—abhors advertising and promotion on their platform. All too often, people or business wanting to have Wikipedia pages would share promotional content or writings that might seem like advertisements. This is a big no, and almost always would result in the page not getting published. Thus, we very carefully study the subject, and compose the page in a way that removes any element of promotion—so the page meets the requirements set by Wikipedia.
How do we help?
We have, at our disposal, a team of highly skilled Wikipedia writers and editors who can assist in the creation of a Wikipedia page. These editors understand the ins and outs of creating a page on Wikipedia and have a high approval rate. In this regard, the following services are provided by us: