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How Wikipedia Affects Your Brand’s Search Results

A while back, Micro Persuasion wrote an entry entitled “Study: Wikipedia Dominates Brand Search Results”. This is an eye-opening piece on how Wikipedia, and really the crowd, is viewed by Google as an authority on you and your brand. Check … Continue reading

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How to fix your article the right way

The team over at Social Signal shows you how to properly correct an entry on Wikipedia. Yes, there is a right way and a wrong way.  Check it out… http://www.socialsignal.com/blog/rob-cottingham/how-get-your-wikipedia-entry-changed-without-breaking-rules

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‘PR Pros Can Participate On Wikipedia In Any Way They Like’ – Jay Walsh, Wikipedia Head of Communications

Earlier this year, PRWeek UK conducted an interview with Jay Walsh, the Head of Communications for Wikipedia.  He encourages public relations professionals to actively engage in the discussions about topics within Wikipedia. Stay on top of your changes with wikiPatrol … Continue reading

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Launch!

wikiPatrol has launched and is ready for you! What a grand day. Now, everyone will be able to better track changes on Wikipedia and other wiki sites. Get started by visiting the wikiPatrol site now.

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This sums it up nicely

We think this sums up it just fine…

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