From the Wires
WikiExperts Offers Free Evaluation of Corporate Wikipedia Pages
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 11, 2013 08:40 AM
NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Since its launch in 2001, Wikipedia has become the largest and most viewed web-based encyclopedia in the world. Yet the Wikipedia profiles of many corporations remain insufficiently maintained, often displaying deficiency warnings and lacking reliable references.
WikiExperts, the premier Wikipedia visibility agency, announced today, that it would provide a free evaluation and recommendations for corporations seeking to optimize their visibility on Wikipedia. The offer is valid through March 15, 2013 and requests can be submitted on the company's website at www.WikiExperts.us.
"Today, many people don't bother going to corporate websites," says WikiExperts CEO, Alex Konanykhin, "instead, they prefer to look up the information on Wikipedia. In other words, it's often more important what Wikipedia says about the company, its products, services, and executives, than what the company says about itself on its own website."
Many reasons contribute to the phenomenon described by Konanykhin that positions Wikipedia as perhaps the most important element in a company's overall online visibility strategy:
To qualify for a free review, a corporation must have an existing Wikipedia profile in English or Spanish, posted prior to February of 2013.
WikiExperts.us is a part of the OnlineVisibilityExperts.com network and KMGi Group. Since 2010, WikiExperts has assisted major corporations, celebrities, politicians, and government agencies create and maintain Wikipedia profiles in all major languages. Video summary of WikiExperts' services is available at http://youtu.be/Quy9A59Z6pg.
For more information, contact Ellie Shoja at EllieShoja@kmgi.com, phone +1 (213) 4389880, Skype: Ellie.Shoja
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