Christopher P.

Christopher P.

SwanseaIL
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The no-BS Wikipedia writer for professional Wikipedia pages

You're tired of dealing with the many, MANY false ideas floating around about how Wikipedia works. This misinformation hurts your chances of being approved for a page and, perhaps more importantly, puts a dent in your bank account. It doesn't help that these ideas are pushed by Wikipedia writers who either don't know the site's rules (been there) or who purposely break them. Examples include: • I can guarantee your page won't be taken down! • We're allowed to publish your page. • Get a Wikitia page first to help you get a real Wikipedia page later (just FYI: Wikipedia editors don't give a rip about Wikitia). • Because Person X or Company Y has a page, then of course you will, too! • Getting a page is easy and only takes hours! • I'm a Wiki editor/admin. I'll make sure your page goes up. ------------------- I'm going to be real with you before you spend a single dime on your Wikipedia project: It's VERY difficult to be approved. The majority of people (yes, likely even you) don't meet the editors' requirements. Some common rebuttals to this include: • "But I have my name mentioned in THOUSANDS of reputable publications!" Mentions don't cut it. Your press needs to be extensive and in-depth. • "I've done millions of interviews!" Do you know how many people and their moms have been interviewed? Wikipedia editors do not care. • "I wrote a book/directed a film/won some award!" Created works and awards are a dime a dozen. • "My colleague/best friend/pet dog has a Wiki page, and I'm just as important as them so I should be approved, too!" Oh, if only this were true. It would save us so many headaches. Look, Wikipedia isn't the most tightly-run ship. It has millions of poorly-written and poorly-sourced pages published by contributors who didn't stick to the quality requirements. When the editors find these pages, they delete them. Problem is, the editors are WAY behind. ------------------- Don't get me wrong, Wikipedia has value. But is it always trustworthy? No. To be fair, Wikipedia's rules aren't the clearest or the easiest to access or understand, especially for newcomers. Then there's the politics, seeming double standards, and downright hostility you face from the Wikipedia community when attempting to have your page published. I don't blame any earnest person for having smoke come out of their ears after trying to untangle the enigma that is Wikipedia. When I first started in this business, I thought I knew the way it worked, too. Ended up I was just as blind as everyone else. So it pays, Dear Reader, to connect with a Wikipedia specialist who has learned the ground rules and who is willing to shoot straight with you. ------------------- That's where I come in. I've worked on nearly 1,000 of these projects for clients over the past 5 years (most of which are listed on my profile). I've been around the block so many times I know the neighborhood like the back of my hand. You want an experienced Wiki expert you can trust. In fact, you can trust me so much I'm going to remind you of what I said above just to show I'm not fooling around. The #1 most important thing for you to know right off the bat: 🚨You probably DON'T qualify for a Wiki page.🚨 It's not what you woke up this morning expecting to hear, but it's true. The odds aren't in your favor. The editors don't care: • that you've been successful in your career, or • who you've partnered with, or • how long your company has been in business, or • what big names were involved in your project. None of this makes you notable for an encyclopedia. (Feel free to ask me what DOES make you notable. I'm happy to explain.) If someone is quick to say you qualify, or that getting a page is simple, be skeptical. I'm willing to have you rethink your project without paying me a cent. Are they? You want someone who won't sugarcoat things. You're an honest person who wants the same in return. Having someone tickle your ears just to feed your ego isn't your bag. If the truth is what you're looking for, then I'm the Wikipedia writer for you. I'm happy to answer questions to get the ball rolling. If you want to chat, use the buttons above to message me directly. 😁 Talk soon, Chris PS -- Please note: to keep you clear of Wiki's paid conflict of interest hurdles, I provide these paid editing services but do not have a Wikipedia account of my own. PPS -- If you liked the conversational, forthright tone of this profile, and you're looking for copy with an attitude, message me about helping spiff up your website, email campaign, newsletter, or other writing project.
Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 8, 2022

"Great!"

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Jul 20, 2022 - Oct 18, 2022

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Oct 6, 2022 - Oct 12, 2022

"Chris helped my company evaluating the probability of getting a wikipedia page published. The background research he made made it clear that we didn't meet the wiki editors criteria. He gave valuable feedback on what we need to improve on in detail. Great work!"

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Sep 28, 2022 - Sep 29, 2022

"Chris was honest and did a thorough assessment for us. Impressive work!"

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 27, 2022 - Sep 15, 2022
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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jul 14, 2022 - Aug 26, 2022

"Christopher is very knowledgeable, gave clear analysis and instructions, and completed our project within the timeframe we agreed upon."

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 23, 2022 - Jul 6, 2022
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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 15, 2022 - Jun 22, 2022
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Dec 29, 2021 - Jun 14, 2022

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Dec 19, 2021 - Jun 14, 2022

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Christopher P.

Christopher P.

SwanseaIL
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The no-BS Wikipedia writer for professional Wikipedia pages

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You're tired of dealing with the many, MANY false ideas floating around about how Wikipedia works. This misinformation hurts your chances of being approved for a page and, perhaps more importantly, puts a dent in your bank account. It doesn't help that these ideas are pushed by Wikipedia writers who either don't know the site's rules (been there) or who purposely break them. Examples include: • I can guarantee your page won't be taken down! • We're allowed to publish your page. • Get a Wikitia page first to help you get a real Wikipedia page later (just FYI: Wikipedia editors don't give a rip about Wikitia). • Because Person X or Company Y has a page, then of course you will, too! • Getting a page is easy and only takes hours! • I'm a Wiki editor/admin. I'll make sure your page goes up. ------------------- I'm going to be real with you before you spend a single dime on your Wikipedia project: It's VERY difficult to be approved. The majority of people (yes, likely even you) don't meet the editors' requirements. Some common rebuttals to this include: • "But I have my name mentioned in THOUSANDS of reputable publications!" Mentions don't cut it. Your press needs to be extensive and in-depth. • "I've done millions of interviews!" Do you know how many people and their moms have been interviewed? Wikipedia editors do not care. • "I wrote a book/directed a film/won some award!" Created works and awards are a dime a dozen. • "My colleague/best friend/pet dog has a Wiki page, and I'm just as important as them so I should be approved, too!" Oh, if only this were true. It would save us so many headaches. Look, Wikipedia isn't the most tightly-run ship. It has millions of poorly-written and poorly-sourced pages published by contributors who didn't stick to the quality requirements. When the editors find these pages, they delete them. Problem is, the editors are WAY behind. ------------------- Don't get me wrong, Wikipedia has value. But is it always trustworthy? No. To be fair, Wikipedia's rules aren't the clearest or the easiest to access or understand, especially for newcomers. Then there's the politics, seeming double standards, and downright hostility you face from the Wikipedia community when attempting to have your page published. I don't blame any earnest person for having smoke come out of their ears after trying to untangle the enigma that is Wikipedia. When I first started in this business, I thought I knew the way it worked, too. Ended up I was just as blind as everyone else. So it pays, Dear Reader, to connect with a Wikipedia specialist who has learned the ground rules and who is willing to shoot straight with you. ------------------- That's where I come in. I've worked on nearly 1,000 of these projects for clients over the past 5 years (most of which are listed on my profile). I've been around the block so many times I know the neighborhood like the back of my hand. You want an experienced Wiki expert you can trust. In fact, you can trust me so much I'm going to remind you of what I said above just to show I'm not fooling around. The #1 most important thing for you to know right off the bat: 🚨You probably DON'T qualify for a Wiki page.🚨 It's not what you woke up this morning expecting to hear, but it's true. The odds aren't in your favor. The editors don't care: • that you've been successful in your career, or • who you've partnered with, or • how long your company has been in business, or • what big names were involved in your project. None of this makes you notable for an encyclopedia. (Feel free to ask me what DOES make you notable. I'm happy to explain.) If someone is quick to say you qualify, or that getting a page is simple, be skeptical. I'm willing to have you rethink your project without paying me a cent. Are they? You want someone who won't sugarcoat things. You're an honest person who wants the same in return. Having someone tickle your ears just to feed your ego isn't your bag. If the truth is what you're looking for, then I'm the Wikipedia writer for you. I'm happy to answer questions to get the ball rolling. If you want to chat, use the buttons above to message me directly. 😁 Talk soon, Chris PS -- Please note: to keep you clear of Wiki's paid conflict of interest hurdles, I provide these paid editing services but do not have a Wikipedia account of my own. PPS -- If you liked the conversational, forthright tone of this profile, and you're looking for copy with an attitude, message me about helping spiff up your website, email campaign, newsletter, or other writing project.
Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Nov 14, 2022 - Dec 8, 2022

"Great!"

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Jul 20, 2022 - Oct 18, 2022

No feedback given

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Oct 6, 2022 - Oct 12, 2022

"Chris helped my company evaluating the probability of getting a wikipedia page published. The background research he made made it clear that we didn't meet the wiki editors criteria. He gave valuable feedback on what we need to improve on in detail. Great work!"

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Sep 28, 2022 - Sep 29, 2022

"Chris was honest and did a thorough assessment for us. Impressive work!"

Private earnings
Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 27, 2022 - Sep 15, 2022
Private earnings
Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jul 14, 2022 - Aug 26, 2022

"Christopher is very knowledgeable, gave clear analysis and instructions, and completed our project within the timeframe we agreed upon."

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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 23, 2022 - Jul 6, 2022
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Rating is 5 out of 5.
5.00 Jun 15, 2022 - Jun 22, 2022
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Dec 29, 2021 - Jun 14, 2022

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Dec 19, 2021 - Jun 14, 2022

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