Over the course of a year, I have been working on your article now published on the Wikipedia, and it’s associated documents, websites that verify your notability. In this invoice is a breakdown of the phases of work performed. The tasks are meticulous and lengthy; editing, revisions, researching, and cross referencing over a period of time reads as a realistic time frame to develop an in-depth article, with a false-start (the first launch of the article, and it’s speedy deletion) . Yet its authenticity derives from the reality of your body of work, it is real content, real data and ultimately why it will stay. This is what Google’s Search Engine wants and will hold it. This isn’t just search engine optimization or an online marketing strategy. This is your story, a reflection of you, it represents you, and establishes trust amongst your peers because it proves your authority and that proof is backed by reliable sources. It’s more than a resume. This article shall stay in humanity's lexicon and it will live on past your life and your children's lives, and add to the richness of your family ancestry. We provided you with a full stack service. From verifying your name, connecting your identity to your compositions, then connecting those datasets together and to itself, we started to weave a portrait of you and your creative output from publications that are deemed reliable, and proving to the Wikipedia editors that these publications validate your notability and its not a matter of opinion. The article and the sources adhere strictly to Wikipedia’s policies. Yes, there is more to add and probably some mistake you will see, but this where I seek your feedback. Is there more you would like to add to your page? I am at your service for unlimited revisions to validate anything that might be incorrect or need adding. I do know there is more. This reminds me, it is of much importance that you do not edit, or add information to your own article, nor a close family member. This is called a  “conflict-of-interest” and if it should be discovered that one is editing one’ own article than it nullifies the whole thing, considered unreliable, and is deleted from the Wikipedia mainspace. Editing articles have a meticulous process built within it, and a learning-curve that is long. Should there be more you would like to add, we can totally input it for you and do it right.


Here are links o the work. P.S. Give Google a couple days to reindex the web to start seeing your interconnectivity in your search results. These websites and profiles get connected to Wikidata, and that will return a Google Knowledge Panel that reflects your person and body of work. For example, search Steven Speilberg on Google. The results with his repertoire and a short bio and a photo show up. Also, these websites have been archived to the Wayback Machine, and the Internet Archive.



Crafting your positio on the world wide web through interconnectivity and Mark Down.


Wikipedia Article







Scott Harper (composer)

WikiData Creation

Markdown Data useful for Google Search Results, and Google Knowledge Panel

Google Knowledge Panel Creation

Position on the web

Persona.co Press Center Creation

Houses archive of research and sources found during preliminary research stage.

Revolvy Creation

Recurses initial article throughout the web

IMDb

filmography -added photo

Discogs

[a1401296]

AllMusic Guide

credits

BMI Repertoire

your compositions released on BMI

Authority Sites

Connect IDs to WikiData --> Wikipedia

MusicBrainz Artist & Releases

MBID: 4afa081b-aa14-4ac6-853d-9e5e620c3f43

Virtual International Authority File

VIAF ID: 287941761 (Personal)

WorldCat ID

Library of Congress



Google Knowledge Graph:



This is not my first article I’ve written for people. Naturally, I am hungry for the history. Devouring archives and libraries to piece two clues and finding meaning is what I rejoice in, even if it can be laborious. I wrote mostly articles about Art and Music for professors in art, mentors whose body of work I found that was too precious or so specific that to exclude it by letting those histories get buried in the sea of information, would be a travesty to future generations.

What I’m saying is that we have experience writing these articles, my partner showed me while working together at American Apparel. Were taking this on as our freelance work now, and you two are our first real serious clients who get it . We are now operating and  providing these services. We’re open.


I must specify how to make the payment specifically. This is an urgent request to pay the invoice as soon as possible.


We are four-days passed due on our rent. We moved to a real apartment across the street from Bedrock at the beginning of November. This is our first apartment together, living like normal people with windows in 6 years. This will be our second month. We adopted a loving ferral kitten, too.

Please write a check to my landlord for $1,500.00 and PayPal the remainder to my sister. (I have been denied two bank accounts  in the last week d

ue to some banking errors, which is why this is complicated.) (See invoice attached)



Check #1 Paypal (Alison)



To: MIRNA VASQUEZ | To: alisonb.iturra@gmail.com

Amt: $1500.00 Amt: $850


Send via a Lyft/Uber driver tonight I will order the ride. Give the driver the check and he will deliver.

If not tonight, what is the earliest time we can arrange this tomorrow morning?



This will help us tremendously to get our rent paid obviously, and an actual bed (we’ve been sleeping on sound baffles), necessary vet shots for our ferral kitten name “TRIX”, a few simple Xmas gifts to the children closest to us in our family, and put a little bit of food in our refrigerator, and if there is anything left , saving it for next month’s rent. We pay on the 10th due to our move-in date.


Ps. While we wrote this, we discovered you run a music recording studio and production. We can implement this job for businesses and brands too.


Let’s talk on the phone. Would love to get your feedback. Can’t wait for you to come over and see the development of your new wiki, Susan


Sincerely,


Elishba Iturra

(323) 393 - 5324