Wikipedia is the eighth-most visited Website in the world. Wikipedia ranks along with YouTube on Page 1 of Google for more search terms than any other Website in the world.
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Many scholars and researchers seek to avoid Wikipedia as a source, but a 2005 study by the journal Nature found Wikipedia nearly as accurate as the venerable Encyclopedia Britannica. A 2008 study in the Reference Services Review found Wikipedia’s accuracy rate at 80 percent compared to 95-96 percent at Encyclopaedia Britannica, The Dictionary of American History and American National Biography Online.
However, with Wikipedia only a click away, its ease of use and accessibility has made it the go-to online resource for finding more about just about anything. Although there are legitimate concerns about bias or the excessive power exercised by its editors, Wikipedia has done a tremendous job policing itself and maintaining a high level of accuracy and respectability as a reliable source of information.
To edit a Wikipedia page, you do not need a Wikipedia account, simply follow the instructions below:
To create a new page, you will need a Wikipedia account. There are two ways to submit an article to Wikipedia for publication, either as an autoconfirmed user or a non-autoconfirmed user.
To create, write, and submit a proposed article as a non-autoconfirmed user:
To create, write, and submit a proposed article as an autoconfirmed user:
Wikipedia editors use a "notability" test to determine whether a topic or individual should have a separate article.
Editors will look to determine whether there is enough high authority, independent sources to support a Wikipedia article. The facts included in a Wikipedia article generally requires a footnote from an independent source.
Requiring “significant coverage” from “reliable sources” helps to preserve the accuracy and integrity of Wikipedia.
As one may expect from a website that can be freely and anonymously edited by anyone, Wikipedia has many rules, policies, and guidelines regarding how to create or edit a Wikipedia page, which is why many people look for professional help with Wikipedia.
Wikipedia reputation management involves a combination of marketing, public relations, legal and search engine optimization (SEO) strategies to promote, protect, and defend your online image or business reputation on Wikipedia.
Reputation Rhino is experienced at Wikipedia page creation, editing, monitoring, and Wikipedia page management, as well as how to help establish the notability necessary to support a new Wikipedia page.Contact us today to learn more about our Wikipedia reputation management services.