Find out if your brand is notable enough for Wikipedia with our Notability Pyramid.
Do you have articles about your company from 15 credible news outlets? If not, it’s time to contact To the Point. Wikipedia can be a challenge for paid editors, but we’re here to ensure your work meets the highest standards of ethical article editing. Once you understand how your client can qualify for Wikipedia, you can begin to anticipate the traffic from such an article to your website. Wikipedia is a major SEO driver.
The No. 1 factor for supporting an entry for Wikipedia is whether or not a topic, person or organization is notable by Wikipedia standards. To the Point Collaborative’s many years of experience working with Wikipedia clients has enabled us to create a test by which we evaluate every potential client seeking to start a new article on Wikipedia. To help others get a better idea of their notability before embarking on a Wikipedia page, we have created The Notability Pyramid.
This pyramid represents the types of media coverage that make one notable by Wikipedia standards, and suggests a combination of media references that add up to notability. At least 12 high-level media articles about a topic are needed to safely undertake a new article for a client or organization.
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The pyramid is designed to help you quickly determine whether you or your client are ready for a Wikipedia article. A Wikipedia article greatly increases traffic to your website because Google loves Wikipedia. But your client must meet certain specific standards to be included in Wikipedia. As you will see from reading Wikipedia’s helpful guidelines about notability, establishing notability is a rigorous process. We are experts in determining notability.
Contact us for the detailed Notability Pyramid, with examples of the coverage you or your organization need to have to be notable. You may also email us at email@example.com. Kendall will be happy to do a thorough notability assessment of the organization or individual in question.