Q: How much do we charge you for our Wikipedia services?
A: Building a Wikipedia page is something that should be left up to experts to ensure the highest level of quality writing. After being in the industry for years, we guarantee customer satisfaction. Wiki Professionals Inc. only takes orders that meet Wikipedia Notability guidelines so you don’t have to worry about spending your coin and finding that you aren’t eligible at the end of the process. And, well, if you don’t qualify but would still like a Wikipedia page, we’re ready to work on that, as well! We have various packages available to suit your exact needs. Get in touch with us now for customized packages!
Q: Is there anything you can’t put up on Wikipedia?
A: Yes, there are certain subjects that are inadmissible to the platform. As Wikipedia says it, "Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia. It incorporates elements of general and specialized encyclopedias, almanacs, and gazetteers. Wikipedia is not a soapbox, an advertising platform, a vanity press, an experiment in anarchy or democracy, an indiscriminate collection of information nor a web directory. It is not a dictionary, newspaper nor a collection of source documents."
Q: Does Wiki Professionals Inc. guarantee acceptance of the article to Wikipedia?
A: Absolutely! After our team of experienced personnel have worked on different aspects of your Wikipedia page, there is no doubt that it will be accepted. However, since Wikipedia does not have a central body of authority making decisions, it is possible that your article may not be submitted, or flagged, edited and removed wrongly. In this case, Wiki Professionals will make any necessary changes and resubmit the page. And if we’re still having trouble, we’ll give you a full refund.
Q: What do we do if someone’s modified your article?
A: Well, if you opt for our monitoring and maintenance services, your Wikipedia page will be our responsibility. As soon as someone makes any changes, we receive a notification so we can make sure that it is an appropriate change or just your competitors trying to weaken your links.
Q: What’s your refund policy?
A: If your Wikipedia page has been posted or edited by Wiki Professionals Inc. and its gets deleted, we will reimburse the fees you’ve paid in full. However, this only applies if your page is deleted within 25 days after the completion of your chosen services by Wiki Professionals Inc. This does not include or cover alterations that don’t affect majority of the page, deletion debates or tags that do not result in deletion or erroneous deletions subsequently reversed.
Q: Is Wiki Professionals Inc. affected by Wikipedia’s policy on paid editing and other related bans?
A: Wikipedia does not allow any company or individual to edit their own brand no matter how wrong the information present on it may be. But it allows your competitors too which makes it prone to wrong edits or spread of misinformation. In the past, Wikipedia has very clearly banned organizations and individuals for ignoring this policy. However, there’s a loophole, where Wikipedia itself says, "If a rule prevents you from improving or maintaining Wikipedia, ignore it.” Wiki Professionals Inc. simply edits Wikipedia pages as an outsourcing consulting company to avoid any breaking of rules.
Q: Can you control the Wikipedia article Wiki Professionals Inc. initially submits?
A: Yes, you can. We do not post any information about a brand or individual client working with us. The article is your own, we are simply here to make it better and in compliance with all Wikipedia rules. You can also make changes to the article on your own and we ensure that the information you provide is balanced with multiple sources. Do remember, Wikipedia does not support promotional content or advertisements, so a neutral tone is important. “Wikipedia has a neutral point of view. We strive for articles that advocate no single point of view. Sometimes this requires representing multiple points of view, presenting each point of view accurately and in context, and not presenting any point of view as "the truth" or "the best view." All articles must strive for verifiable accuracy: unreferenced material may be removed, so please provide references. Editors' personal experiences, interpretations, or opinions do not belong here. That means citing verifiable, authoritative sources, especially on controversial topics and when the subject is a living person. When conflict arises over neutrality, discuss details on the talk page, and follow dispute resolution”, says Wikipedia.