Paid Wikipedia Editing Fails Spotted by Professional Wikipedia Editors: Part Two

I have chosen Naivety as the central theme of this blog because it is what Wikipedia look for when identifying paid Wikipedia editing. Naivety typically presents…

admin November 5, 2020

Paid Wikipedia Editing UK: Fails Spotted by a professional Wikipedia Editor: Part One.

I’ve seen some shocking paid Wikipedia editing fails during my time as a prominent UK-based professional Wikipedia editor, Just to be clear. I am not about…

admin October 8, 2020

Three reasons why companies should hire a Wikipedia specialist

Although you may think you don’t need a Wikipedia specialist, you do. Professional Wikipedia editing is hard. It is not as easy as creating content and clicking…

admin March 13, 2020

Should I include a logo or image on my company Wikipedia page?

Imagery is a valuable and often essential part of profiling any business or celebrity. It’s difficult to explain in words the appearance of a logo or person, so…

admin March 4, 2020

How do the FTC’s new influencer marketing regulations impact paid Wikipedia editors?

For those of us who write encyclopaedia entries, whether we are ancient Greeks, Bertrand Russell or paid Wikipedia editors, we are influencers and must, therefore,…

admin January 21, 2020

Why is Wikidata optimisation essential to search engine results?

Optimised Wikidata content will improve your chances at ranking higher on a Google search engine results page (SERP) and should be part of any good search engine…

admin June 5, 2019

Wikipedia Writing vs Regular Content Writing

So, what are the similarities and differences between regular content writing and writing for Wikipedia?

admin June 4, 2019

Is Your Business Notable Enough to Create a Company Wikipedia Page?

To create a company Wikipedia page you will need one thing, notability. If you are a Wikipedia consultant, you will probably get asked “is my business notable…

admin May 7, 2019