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You’ve gone to Wikipedia yourself and probably consider it a trustworthy source of information. So does practically everyone else on the planet, since according to Alexa it’s the 6th most visited site on the web.
When doing a search you’ve probably noticed that the Wikipedia listing for that subject is at the top of the rankings.
So wouldn’t it be nice to get a Wikipedia page for yourself or your business?
In this episode, professional Wikipedia editor Mike Wood, demystifies the subject and shares:
Getting a Wikipedia page is not something you wake up one morning and decide to try as an SEO or Web Presence Optimization tactic. It’s something you build to as a result of growing your overall presence as a trusted authority and it takes a consistent outreach strategy that builds your reputation as a trusted authority over time.
“Dan Kennedy style of marketing”
Conflict of Interest
LinkedIn writing episode — past episode of Let’s Talk Tech with Kirsten Vernon
Mike on LinkedIn
Mike on Facebook (but he’s not there that often)
Mike on Twitter – @LegalMorning
Winnie Anderson is an award-winning copywriter and brand strategist, a
best-selling author, and respected instructor. She writes books,
creates courses, and provides limited one-on-one consulting with
and for smart, “gentle entrepreneurs” who are ready to get their
message out in a bigger way and who hate selling. Learn more about
Judy Jordan is a virtual production assistant who helps
entrepreneurs get their message out in a bigger way using live and
recorded virtual events like webinars, teleseminars, live mobile
streaming, podcasts, and virtual conferences. Learn more about her
at her LinkedIn page. Connect with her on Facebook.
Sue Brettell is brand developer and designer who acts as Winnie’s
creative director. Sue helps entrepreneurs communicate their brand
essence by creating compelling visual brand elements and
coordinating them into a strong, unified visual brand. Learn more
about her at her LinkedIn page. Connect with her on Facebook.