Wikipedia has over 55 million articles and 1.7 billion unique visitors. Can your article be on Wikipedia, too?
Wikipedia has a complex set of rules to follow for new articles. Some topics qualify for an article, some do not. We are here to help you figure out if your article can get there.
Over the years, Wikipedia editors have developed a rigid eligibility criteria to determine which topics qualify for an article on the world’s most sourced website. Our team of researchers are experienced at finding out all the media coverage and assessing the key information to determine whether your article will be accepted on Wikipedia.
OUR WIKIPEDIA ELIGIBILITY REVIEW SERVICE IS DESIGNED TO DO A DEEP SCAN OF ALL SOURCES OF INFORMATION TO DETERMINE IF YOUR ARTICLE QUALIFIES.
We will provide you with a comprehensive report with an analysis of each source as per Wikipedia guidelines and policies. You will learn about the best sources available, which ones cannot be used and why, a complete guide to assessment, and what is lacking if the topic does not qualify.
Time: 3 working days
Cost: $150 per topic