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Julie was ready for Wikipedia. Are you?

Julie's bucket list wish was to have a Wikipedia page for being an author.

Wikipedia Needs More Representation

At To the Point Collaborative, our mission is to ensure underrepresented groups flourish and are given the opportunity to enhance their online reputation with a Wikipedia entry.

Best-selling author Julie Lythcott-Haims had been in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and on NPR, but hadn’t yet appeared on any Wikipedia volunteer editor’s radar. We worked with Julie, and now there’s an article about her on Wikipedia!

Complete the Notability qualification form to see if you meet the new article criteria.

Wikipedia Notability Form

Complete this form for an assessment to see if you or your business qualifies for a Wikipedia article.

Tell us about your topic

Provide the 3 best media articles about your topic that: 1) Focus at least 65% of the article on your topic. 2) Are in a media source written by a journalist. 3) Are at least 10 paragraphs long and from a mainstream publication (digital or print).
Have you or anyone else already created a Wikipedia article for this topic?(Required)
How did you hear about To the Point Collaborative?(Required)

Thank you

We will get back to you within one week with your notability evaluation information.

Ready to talk Wikipedia?

Contact our team members to discuss your current or proposed article.

“I needed a Wikipedia page for one of my major clients but didn’t know where to start. I turned to To the Point for help. Dan and his team did not disappoint. They simplified the process and guided me through each and every step so that I could create a page that had an immediate impact on my client’s web presence.”

-Bruce B., DB&R Marketing Communications, Inc.

“Thank you again, To the Point Collaborative, for the fantastic education.”

-Dave R., Vice President, Marketing-Wikipedia