Who Does One Hire To Create A Wikipedia Article ?

What questions should I ask before hiring a Wikipedia expert 2019?

Nine Questions before hire a Wikipedia Expert 2019!

There are a number of editors available in the market who are doing paid Wikipedia editing. They can create your Wikipedia page. But before hire a Wikipedia editor you must ask few questions?

1. Experience?

You must ask the experience of a Wikipedia expert since how many years she/he has been editing on Wikipedia?

2. What is his/her Wikipedia user profile? Does he have the admin authorities? 
You may ask to share his/her Wikipedia user page. It must be something like this:

You may also check his/her contribution from this tool:
Wikipedia tool for finding the number of pages created and edits counter:

If the User has admin authorities then, he can easily create a Wikipedia article for you. Because an Admin has the authority of creating a deleted Wikipedia article.

3. How old is his account?
Check when did he create his account. You may check this by checking the user's talk page. Just check the date of its very first message on his talk page, it must be a Welcome message. Please refer below url:

4. How many pages has he created in his career? 
Ask him "I need only the pages which are created by you. Please do not share someone else work.

5. Have you ever re-created a deleted pages?
If the user's answer is 'Yes' that indicates he has Good Knowledge on Wikipedia.

6. Will he share the draft before publishing it on Wikipedia?

7. Do you work alone or you have a team of other Wikipedia Editors?
If they work in a team it is good to create and review a Wikipedia article.

8. How much time it will take to review my article by other Wikipedia editors? 

9. Do you also have a reviewer account?

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How do I make a website using blogger platform?

It is easy to create a free website on Blogger platform. Without wasting your time i come directly to the steps how you can create a free website?

Steps to create a free website

1. Create your account on www.blogspot.com (If you have already a Google account you may just need to login to Blogspot.com), If you are creating a new account do not forget to verify your account, you receive a mail on your registered email.

2. Click on "Create a new blog"
3. Enter a title of the blog
4. Enter a blog url name whatever you want to make, if it will be better if you select a name that match your business. I select 'seoexpertbrains'

5. Select a good theme that you liked most.
6. Now you may create a new post. it will appear on your blog's home page. you put some content in content body and give a good title for this post. Now click on publish. You may also add some images in your post.

7. Now your blog is ready. (https://seoexpertbrains.blogspot.com/)

how to make my blogspot blog in to a website?

How to remove .blogspot.com from my blog?

For converting your blog in to a website you must have a domain name and hosting. The domain fee is approximately 600 for one year and hosting is Rs. 2000 per year (approximately). But you don't need to pay hosting fee as it is absolutely free from Google. You have to pay only domain fee.

1. First you need to purchase a domain from any trusted domain provider. I purchased from Godaddy. 

If you do not have an account on Godaddy, you have to first create an account. Buy a domain of your choice. I will prefer a .com domain as it indicates worldwide.

2. After you successful purchase a domain login in to your blogspot account and go to the settings option. Here you will find a "+ Set up a third-party URL for your blo" under Blog Address section. 

3. Now put your domain name here and click save.

4. Now login your Godaddy account and click on "My product" and then click on "DNS" you will find the DNS management of your domainname. 

5. Now you have to fill two dns settings as highlighted in red in below screenshot and save the settings

Now your website is ready

If you are getting any problem you may contact me to help

Wikipedia page is not showing in Google?

Wikipedia pages not indexing by Google

Wikipedia controls search engine indexing and caching for its new pages. It controls caching and indexing by adding the "NOINDEX" into new article's meta.


How much time Wikipedia will take to approve my page and showing in Google?
Short answer: (1 day to 90 days)

The articles which are older than 90 days are automatically indexed by Google and started appearing in its search results. The new maximum NOINDEX limit for new articles is automatically set 90 days by Wikimedia foundation. Therefore your article could take from 1 day to 90 days to come up in Google. And NOINDEX template will automatically removed from new articles after the page being patrolled. The "NOINDEX" word does not work on wikipedia patrolled pages. Previously the limit was 30 days. Later it changed from 30 to 90 days.

How would i check that my article is indexed or not?
You may check it in Google by searching the Wikipedia article title. If your Wiki article is indexed by Google then definitely it would appear in Google's search results most probably on 1st page of it's search results.

Wikimedia Robots.txt file controls many pages for indexing by search engines.

How Can i See my Wiki page in Google?
There is no shortcut to make your wiki page appearance in Google. Hence i would suggest you should wait it till 90 days. The no-index tag can remove automatically till 90 days or may be earlier.

How to activate 'Twinkle' tool in Wikipedia?

How to enable 'Twinkle' tool in your Wikipedia account?

For activating Twinkle tool in Wikipedia, you must be a registerred user on Wikipedia and your account should be 5 days old at-least. 

Now you have to do the following steps:

1. Login your Wikipedia account
2. Go to the 'Preferences' category in top menu bar
3. Click on 'Gadgets' on 'Preferences' page
4. Select 'Twinkle' on 'Gadgets' page
5. Save the changes

Remember: Your account must have at-least 10 edits to reflect 'Twinkle' tool in your account

How to approve image on Wikipedia?

How to take permission from other website owner?

Yes, you may add an image on Wikimedia Commons of other website but you need to take permission of that image/website owner.
How to take permission from other website owner?
You have to request to image owner to send a mail to permissions-commons@wikimedia.org (mailto:permissions-commons@wikimedia.org)

Mail Format

To: permissions-commons@wikimedia.org

I hereby affirm that I choose one: [am name] or [represent copyright holder's name], the creator and/or sole owner of the exclusive copyright of choose one: [the media work][1] or [the work depicted in the media][2] or [both the work depicted and the media][3] as shown here: choose one: [web page of the content] or [in the attached images/text],[4] and have legal authority in my capacity to release the copyright of that work.

I agree to publish the above-mentioned content under the following free license: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International.[5]

I acknowledge that by doing so I grant anyone the right to use the work, even in a commercial product or otherwise, and to modify it according to their needs, provided that they abide by the terms of the license and any other applicable laws.

I am aware that this agreement is not limited to Wikipedia or related sites.

I am aware that the copyright holder always retains ownership of the copyright as well as the right to be attributed in accordance with the license chosen. Modifications others make to the work will not be claimed to have been made by the copyright holder.

I acknowledge that I cannot withdraw this agreement, and that the content may or may not be kept permanently on a Wikimedia project.

[Sender's name]
[Sender's authority (if applicable. E.g. "Copyright holder", "Director", "Appointed representative of", etc.)]

Wikipedia Article Notability Factors

Notability Factors of a Wikipedia Page

Wikipedia is the most powerful domain in the world. Everyone is aware about the power of Wikipedia. It has the power of page#1 in most of the search engine results. Each search engine loves Wiki pages. 

Creation of a Wikipedia page is based on true facts and figures with underlying proofs in the form of some news or publications and subject must be notable enough. For creating a Wikipedia page the subject must be notable. However the Wikipedia is completely free encyclopedia, anyone can edit or create pages on Wikipedia. But you may hire any experienced and Expert Wikipedia Writer to create your page.

What are the Factors of Subject Notability on Wikipedia?

There are five components that must be evaluated separately and independently to determine the notability of the subject:
1. Significant coverage about the subject
2. Multiple Sources
 There must be a multiple of such qualifying sources that could establish the notability of the subject
2. Independent Sources
3. Reliable Sources
4. Secondary Sources

Let's take an example to understand the above factors: A draft article on Acme INC. cites four sources: (1)a single-sentence mention in an article by The New York Times when pointing out a missing feature in a competitor's product when compared to the product by Acme. (2)An extensive company profile in Forbes blog by a non-staff contributor. (3) A blog post from a tech enthusiast who has provided a review of the product. (4) A court filing by a competitor alleging patent infringement. 

The New York Times is reliable, independent, and secondary – but not significant (a single-sentence mention in an article about another company).
The profile in Forbes blog is significant and secondary – but not independent or reliable (most of such posts are company-sponsored or based on company's marketing materials).
The blog post is significant and secondary – but not independent (blog posts are often sponsored; thus without evidence otherwise, editors should exercise caution and exclude the source) and not reliable (self-published sources are generally not reliable).
The court filing is significant, independent, and reliable – but not secondary (court filings are primary sources).

Note that the subject must meet all of these criteria to be counted towards notability. I.e. each source needs to be significant, independent, reliable, and secondary. 

Golden Rule of Wikipedia

Significant coverage
We need significant coverage. This helps show that a topic meets the notability guidelines. We need multiple sources that discuss the topic directly and in detail. Not: passing mentions, directory listings, or any old thing that happens to have the topic's name in it.

Reliable sources
We need sources that are reliable. Usually this means that the publisher has a reputation for fact checking and the text must be approved by an editor before it is printed. Choose: books from reputable publishing houses, mainstream newspapers, or other periodicals. Not: tabloids, discussion boards, fansites, Facebook, YouTube, or most blogs. (Some blogs are written by professional journalists and published on newspaper websites, but most blogs have no editorial oversight, and comments on blogs, like forum posts, are almost never ok.)

Independent sources
We need sources that are independent from the subject of the article. Not: articles written by the topic (including interviews), paid for by the topic, their website, or their organization. Not a press release written by a publicist that puts a positive "spin" on a subject and omits negative incidents. Not a report put out by an organization owned by the subject. We want readers to be able to rely on what they read, and to be able to verify claims they read in Wikipedia articles. So, please add footnotes to your article citing reliable sources such as mainstream newspapers, magazines and published books.

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Ubersuggest: Effective PPC Keyword Research Tips for Digital Marketers

Targeting the right set of keywords can spell the difference between the success (or failure) of your PPC campaigns.

That’s a fact!

Afterall, with the wrong set of keywords, you’d only be spending money on paid ads targeting the wrong people — those who are either not interested in your product, or those who are interested but aren’t willing to buy at all.
This ultimately translates to you not getting anything in return out of the hundreds of dollars (or thousands) you’ll spend on your PPC campaigns.

It’s exactly because of this that you need to spend ample time conducting your keyword research.

If you’re about to run a PPC campaign and are still figuring out which keywords you’ll target, allow me to share with you these keyword research tips.

Do you like what you’re reading so far?

Let’s hop right in.

Choosing the Right PPC Keyword Research Tool

When doing keyword research, it’s essential that you choose the right PPC keyword research tool to identify the best keyword opportunities for your campaigns.

That’s where Ubersuggest comes in.

At this point, you might be asking: “Out of all the keyword research tools, why Ubersuggest?”

I’m glad you asked!

For starters, Ubersuggest is free and it doesn’t require you to sign up.

More importantly, however, the platform allows you to find “target-worthy” keywords for your PPC campaigns in minutes!

As a marketer, you should know by now the value of every cent that you spend in your paid marketing campaigns.

Like time and effort, every money that you invest in your campaigns matters. Finding the right tool is also an investment; fortunately, it doesn’t always have to be costly.

To use Ubersuggest, you have only to head straight to the tool’s web page so you can start using it.

With Ubersuggest, you no longer have to spend hundreds of dollars just to search for the best keyword opportunities.

Now that we have a reliable online tool to help us with our keyword research, it’s time we move forward to the next step — expanding your seed keyword.

Expanding Your Seed Keyword

Let’s assume that you already have a list of PPC keywords. From your list, choose one term that you can use as your seed keyword.
For this example, let us use the term “flower shop.”

All you have to do is enter the seed keyword in the query box then click on the “Look Up” button to initiate the search.

After a couple of seconds, Ubersuggest will show you a comprehensive list of keyword ideas from the seed keyword we entered.

For the term “flower shop,” we now have 902 keyword suggestions, some of which were taken from Google Keyword Planner and Google Suggest.

If you don’t want to see suggestions from the two Google tools, you may opt to disable them by unchecking the box beside them in the Keyword Suggestions box.

Now, if you notice, our own seed keyword also appears at the top of the list. As a marketer, it is quite clear that our seed keyword itself is a good PPC keyword. It’s been searched over 135000 on average and has low competition.

If you’ll also ask me, the $2.75 click per cost is also not bad if you have a decent budget for your paid marketing campaigns.

The next thing to do now is to sort our list. As you can see, the keywords are all mixed up, and you need to sort them, so you can better spot the top keywords for your PPC campaigns.

The question now is: how will you spot the top keywords?

The best keywords are the ones that drive substantial traffic but won’t cost you a fortune. They are the high-volume but low-competition keywords.

That said, let’s now sort our keyword suggestions list by search volume. To do this, all you have to do is click on either the “up” or “down” arrowheads in the Search Volume Header.

You will now have the keyword suggestions list sorted in an order where the keywords with the highest search volume are on the top of the list.

Following the tip I have mentioned earlier, select all the high-volume but less competitive keywords in the list.

Please note that Ubersuggest rate the competitiveness of keywords on a scale of 0.0 to 1.0 with the latter as the highest.

For startup businesses, it is best to search for keywords with competitiveness rating that ranges from 0.0 to 0.4.

Looking at the suggestions, the top three keywords with the most potentials are, excluding our seed keyword, “sunflower,” “lily,” and “flower shops.”

Of course, there are plenty of keywords from the list that fit our requirements, but for the sake of this guide, we will just be sticking with this three.

After selecting your PPC keywords, you may export the list as a CSV file that you can save and access anytime. Just don’t forget to check the box beside the keywords. Otherwise, they won’t be exported.

The “Export to CSV” button is located at the bottom of the keyword suggestions list.

Refining Keyword List

Now that you know how to expand your PPC keyword using Ubersuggest, I will now teach you how to refine your search.

This will help you find more specific keywords for your PPC campaigns.

If you notice, there are two boxes located at the left side of the keyword ideas list. These are the “Filter Results” and the “Negative Keywords” features of Ubersuggest.

Using the said features, you’ll be able to refine the keyword suggestions to show only the specific terms that you’re targeting or to exclude words that you don’t want to appear in the list.

If you want to show keywords that contain specific terms, all you have to do is enter the particular term you’re targeting in the Filter Results box.

For this example, let’s use the term “cheap.”

From 902 keyword suggestions earlier, your list is now down to 9 keywords containing the term “cheap.”

Now, if you want to exclude certain terms from the keyword suggestions list, just enter the term in the Negative Keywords box.

The Negative Keywords feature of Ubersuggest is particularly useful if you want to exclude all the keywords that your competitors are already ranking for.

For now, let’s use “flower delivery” as our negative keyword.

As you can see, using the term “flower delivery” as your negative keyword, you’re able to trim down the keyword suggestion to 851 keywords.


Unlike what most people have you think, doing your PPC keyword research isn’t rocket science at all.

With the right tools, steps, and strategies, you’d be able to come up with the right keywords to use for your PPC campaigns in no time.

Of course, when you pair your carefully researched PPC keywords with powerful PPC techniques, it’s only a matter of time before you see significant results our of your campaigns.

Do you have questions, comments, or ideas that you’d like to share? If you answered with a “yes,” then please do so in the comments section below. Cheers!