Process



           
  1. “All material in Wikipedia articles must be attributable to a reliable published source. This means that a reliable published source must exist for it, whether or not it is cited in the article.
    Sources must support the material clearly and directly.

    Writing a concise encyclopedia article that covers information about you according to research:

       who, what, when,  
    where, why and how
    .

    Showcases examples of work, specific sections that highlight important events and statements.




MONITORING
Anyone can edit any Wikipedia page. While most edits are done in good faith to improve the encyclopedia by dedicated volunteers, others edits can be malicious and can hurt you or your company. We offer a monitoring service that allows our team to vet edits to your page in real time to ensure that every edit accurate and benefits Wikipedia.


Research & Qualify
In this phase we will review all relevant news articles and other materials provided by the client and through our professional research. We will distinguish which information can be used for the wiki profile and create an outline

Article Creation
Article adheres strictly to all applicable laws in the United States, to Wikipedia’s living biography policy and to Wikipedia's three core content policies:
Neutral point of view (NPOV), Verifiability (V), No original research (NOR)

Style Guide
Article format adheres strictly to Wikipedia’s Manual of Style. References used properly in Wikipedia Citation forma. Article is correctly Identified and Categorized.


NAME
PHOTO
  INFOBOX
LEAD  
INTRO
EDUCATION
WORK
COLLECTION
EXHIBITION
REFERENCES
EXTERNAL LINKS
FURTHER READING
CATEGORIES
WIKI LINKS


Additional features may include Awards tables,
Additional Photos,
Media,
Lists,


WIKIPEDIA ARTICLE
Research & Qualify

Article CreationStyle Guide Creative Commons Copyright Licensing
Publishing Article & Article Development
SEMANTIC WEB  
Back Links
Supporting Articles
WikiData

Authority IDS
Structured Data
Press Center
HISTORY
Google Knowledge Panel
Google Products
Interview Audio Recording

Library of Congress