There are over six million articles on English-language Wikipedia, largely created and managed by only several thousand volunteer editors. On the one hand, it’s unlikely that one of them will suddenly take an interest in you or your organization, and create the page themselves. On the other, Wikipedia is an open-source platform: anybody can attempt to publish a page on their own. However, most of these attempts will be futile, as the page will be removed by Wikipedia’s administration within days.
For this reason, most organizations and public figures hire PR agencies with professional Wikipedia editors who have access to special privileges and page approval rights. This is precisely what we offer to our clients. If you’re not sure what the benefits are of having your own page on Wikipedia, take a look at the list below: