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Does Boulevardvoltaire.net guarantee acceptance of the article to Wikipedia?
However, Wikipedia is not regulated by any central authoritative body, and it is quite possible that your Wiki-page may get flagged, rejected, or removed. In any such case, Boulevard Voltaire will make necessary amendments to your page content and resubmit it for approval. If nothing works, we will completely reimburse you.
What do you do if someone has modified my article?
If you are utilizing our maintenance and monitoring services, we make sure that any edits are monitored and checked. We make sure that the edit is relevant and is not just a link-weakening attempt by your competitors.
What are the requirements to be included on Wikipedia?
If a person has received significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject, it is presumed that the person would be suitable for a stand-alone article or list.
“Significant coverage” addresses the topic directly and in detail, so that no original research is needed to extract the content. Significant coverage is integral to allowing verifiable evaluation of notability, per the reliable source guidelines.
Sources may encompass published works with more than a trivial mention, but it needs not be the main topic of the source material.
“Reliable” means sources meet editorial standards in all forms, media, and in any language. “Sources” should be secondary sources, as those provide the most objective evidence of notability. There is no fixed number of sources required, since sources vary in quality and depth of coverage, but multiple sources are generally expected.
“Independent of the subject” excludes works produced by the article’s subject or someone affiliated with it. For example, advertising, press releases, autobiographies, and the subject’s website are not considered independent.
How can I be sure that that my profile would meet Wikipedia’s criteria for new pages?
Based on our experience, we will let you know if you wouldn’t meet the notability criteria set by Wikipedia. We wouldn’t charge you for this either.
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What’s your refund policy?
We guarantee success, or we will give you a full refund. If Wikipedia does not accept your page, even after our ceaseless efforts, we will return your fees in full. However, a full refund is applicable only if your page is deleted within 30 days of when we complete it.
Am I allowed to hire a consultant to write or update an article?
Yes, but only if the consultant abides by all Wikipedia policies, especially full disclosure of Conflicts of Interest (“COI”) on the discussion page for the article.
Furthermore, as Wikipedia doesn’t allow promotional content, a neutral tone is crucial. All articles must have credible citations, or they will be deleted. It is crucial to keep in mind that “Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, not a vanity press, or forum for advertising or self-promotion,” according to Wikipedia.
Why should I need a Wikipedia profile?
Wikipedia is the 7th most visited website on the Internet.
It has 18 billion page views a month. 97% of the time, Wikipedia is among the top page results for a Google search for any company or person. In fact, Google uses Wikipedia information to create “info-boxes” about companies and people, which help position them more prominently in search results.
Wikipedia articles are viewed as highly trustworthy sources by much of the public, and the site is frequently relied on by the press—even more than official websites. Amazon’s Alexa uses Wikipedia information to answer questions about companies and topics as well.
What if I want an entry in more than one language?
We offer our translation services for English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and many other languages. We can make any translation happen. There are more than 270 language editions of Wikipedia, and each language edition has its own specific policies, guidelines, and cadre of volunteer writers and editors.