How we do it
►A preliminary selection process. Wikipedia has a “notability” rule that says people, companies, and topics should be worthy of having a separate page. In simple words, before you can have a Wikipedia page, you need to have plenty of information online written about you, your product, or your company. If we can’t find enough data to support a Wikipedia page, we won’t proceed with the Wikipedia page creation. We only take on projects that have a chance of being accepted. But don’t we worry, if you’re lacking coverage in the media, we can help you out with our link building team.
►Thorough research. Wikipedia doesn’t accept original content that isn’t backed by verified facts and figures. Everything you publish should be authentic and come from reliable, independent online sources – not your website, blog, press releases, or pages that are known for posting paid content. We search high and low on the internet to find the most relevant and up-to-date references that can increase the value of your page (and its chances of being accepted by editors).